The Resident Outpatient Clinic provides medication management and therapy services on an outpatient basis. Patients ages 12 and up are treated by psychiatrists who are in their third or fourth year of residency under the supervision of an attending psychiatrist. 

The Resident Outpatient Clinic specializes in providing services for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with a broad spectrum of psychiatric diagnosis including patients with neurodevelopmental disorders including autism spectrum disorder. 

The residents working in the Resident Outpatient Clinic are part of the joint University of Maryland and Sheppard Pratt residency program. Residents can provide medication management services and focused psychotherapy, as well as connect patients to any higher or lower level of care necessary, across the Sheppard Pratt system of care. The Resident Outpatient Clinic does not provide neuropsychiatric testing.

The Resident Outpatient Clinic is located within the Hospital Outpatient Clinic in the Weinberg Building on Sheppard Pratt's Towson campus. Patients are referred to the Resident Outpatient Clinic from the Hospital Outpatient Clinic, Psychiatric Urgent Care, or elsewhere in the Sheppard Pratt system.

Once a referral is made, patients will be sent intake paperwork to fill out and submit via Docusign. After new patient paperwork is complete, the Resident Outpatient Clinic staff will contact the patient to set up an initial appointment.