It's slowly becoming clear to me that my program doesn't care too much about teaching residents about therapy. There are "teaching sessions" during which a therapist will run the session and no therapy is being taught at all! It's basically casual conversation among the group. We have already had sessions of psychodynamic and even supportive therapy without any discussion about what these therapies are all about! Of course I self-study so you can imagine my disbelief when leaving this "psychodynamic session" which was basically a "tell me about yourself" session. I've discussed this with the other interns and they are very disappointed as well. I remember the PD saying during the interview that "psychiatry is going away from therapy and so we don't teach much therapy here" so that did change where I ranked the program but the match is the match...*Overall, I do love the program..this is just one deficit. Also, I've heard there won't be much opportunity even during outpatient clinic during 3rd year. Sooooo... I'm asking for any resources to use from videos to books. I don't want to leave residency feeling uncomfortable with my therapy skills!!!