Meet Our Graduates

Yuliet Sanchez, MD
Yuliet Sanchez, MD
2017 Graduate

What have I done since graduation?

After graduating from the fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UF, I joined Marsh Landing Behavioral Group in Jacksonville Beach, FL.

What am I doing now?

I currently work in private practice seeing children, adolescents, and adult patients. I provide medication management as well as psychotherapy.

What did the UF program provide towards my career?

The UF program provided me with a great exposure to various patient populations, a vast experience in the outpatient setting, as well as supervision with great and very supportive attendings. During my fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, I further developed and improved my psychotherapy skills and I also got a better understanding of different family dynamics. In addition, the program at UF provided financial support for me to represent the department in professional conferences within and outside the United States. In summary, I think UF provided me with everything needed to become the psychiatrist I am today.

What is the one most important thing future child psychiatrists need to learn about during fellowship?

Residency can be a lot of work, but take a minute to stop and remember the reasons why you chose this career. Enjoy what you do. It’s totally worth it!


Wesley Hill, MDWesley Hill, MD
2017 Graduate

What have I done since graduation?

Traveling (Spain, Guatemala) and getting settled in to my new home in Rome, Georgia

What am I doing now?

I work at a pediatric clinic as their child psychiatrist.

What did the UF program provide towards my career?

The ability to diagnose and treat pretty much any patient who comes through the door.

What is the one most important thing future child psychiatrists need to learn about during fellowship?

Confidence. Know that you will be well prepared leaving UF, and wherever you end up, you will be badly needed there!


Andrea Brownridge

Andrea Brownridge, MD, JD, MHA
2015 Graduate

What have I done since graduation?

I joined the Robert B. Goldstein MD, PA private practice founded by another UF Child Psychiatry alumnus. I also moonlight at an inpatient hospital about once a month, as well as working one day a week in the community with a nonprofit organization.

What did the UF program provide towards my career?

A solid foundation in pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy, as well as lifestyle interventions

What is the one most important thing future child psychiatrists need to learn about during fellowship?

Besides the obvious basics, learn as much as you can recognizing the nuances of a clinical presentation of autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Learn the questions to ask parents, and how to engage and assess youth with ASD.


Kristina KiseKristina Kise, MD
2012 Graduate

What have I done since graduation?

I have been working in private practice with Robert B. Goldstein MD since graduation, seeing 70-80% child and adolescent, and adults.

What am I doing now?

I am also adjunct faculty and teach the Psychosocial Issues course for the first year medical students at UCF for the last 5 years. I am a board-member for The Grove Counseling Center – an outpatient and residential treatment for youth with substance abuse- for the last 2 years.

What did the UF program provide towards my career?

UF provided lots of great patient experience in different settings. I really value the therapy training I received there in CBT, DBT, and PCIT.

What is the one most important thing future child psychiatrists need to learn about during fellowship?

I highly recommend future child and adolescent psychiatrists learn as much as they can about Autism Spectrum Disorder because you will see a lot of it and it’s complex.