With over 200 full time and voluntary faculty, the Psychology Section within the Yale Department of Psychiatry is one of the largest and most accomplished groups of psychologists in an academic medical center. The discipline of psychology has had a strong presence in the Yale School of Medicine dating back to the early 1950s. Psychologists play major roles in the Medical School and its affiliated institutions. These include: managing and providing clinical, rehabilitative, and consultative services; training students from diverse disciplines; and conducting program evaluations and research. Faculty within the Psychology Section value interdisciplinary, team-based approaches and collaborate locally, nationally, and internationally on all forms of professional activity.