In 2014 we also added an additional program accredited by the ABPN for fully trained pediatricians called the Post Pediatric Portal Program (PPPP).  The PPPP allows pediatricians to engage in training in both Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) in a three-year integrated program that leads to credentialing in both Psychiatry and CAP. The goal of CAP training at MCG is to recruit bright, energetic, highly motivated physicians who want to become child and adolescent psychiatrists and to provide opportunities for development into any of the myriad of possibilities for practice and leadership in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry. The Program strives to create a learning environment that motivates the trainee toward independent lifelong learning and experiential learning, promoting a developmental approach to the comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and evidence-based treatment of the wide range of child, adolescent and family psychopathology, integrating biological, psychological and social interactive influences with typical development across the life cycle through adolescence.