USCF Psychiatric Partnership

To learn more, contact:

Stuart Lustig, MD, MPH, Director
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Residency Training Program
Department of Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco
401 Parnassus Avenue
Box 0984-CAS
San Francisco, CA 94143-0984

Youth Agency Mental Health Consultation

To learn more, contact:

Program Manager/
Mental Health Consultant
Londa Overbeck, LCSW

Providing Opportunities to Those Who Serve Youth

Edgewood’s Training Program provides free, high quality training opportunities to employees and individuals serving youth and their families.

We provide lectures, workshops, and seminars on empirically-based best practices geared towards improving the efficacy of our programs and accomplishing powerful positive outcomes for the youth we serve. We hire field experts to lead the trainings, and offer continuing education credits as accredited by the Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Learn more about some of our specialized training offerings below.


Edgewood partners with the University of California San Francisco’s Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry to provide resident training programs that develop core skills essential to the current and future practice of the profession. We offer diverse and challenging clinical, didactic, and supervisory experiences. UCSF and Edgewood also provide a clinical rotation for medical students interested in a career in psychiatry. We train about 5 percent of the child psychiatrists graduating in the US each year.

Youth Agency Mental Health Consultation

Through free on-site consultation, Edgewood partners with San Francisco agencies increasing their capacity to effectively serve at-risk youth by maximizing organizational strengths and staff potential. We offer the following services as part of our consultations:

    • Meet with your agency’s leadership to understand your needs and clarify next steps,
    • Work closely with agency staff to identify and evaluate strengths and vulnerabilities
    • Share findings with staff and facilitate process to prioritize goals
    • Supportive services as consultant transitions out upon completion of intervention implementation

Agencies who serve youth (ages 12-24) in San Francisco and do not provide psychotherapy with masters-level staff are eligible for consultation services.