Specialty Clinic of Austin – Psychiatry
As the Mental Health group of the Southwest Medical Village, Specialty Clinic of Austin offers comprehensive assessment, formal diagnosis, medication evaluation and management. All of our providers can address a wide range of issues, but if they believe an outside physician would be more appropriate, our staff will gladly provide you with a referral. We provide our services to children (as young as 5 years of age), adolescents, and adults up to 55. Please keep in mind that if extensive psychotherapy is needed, you may be referred to a psychotherapist that can better fit your needs.
Statewide shortages in mental health and a struggling economy combined to make access to mental health care a challenging prospect for many people in Central Texas. SCOA contracts with several insurance companies to offer better access to Expert Care, and can guide you through the process of claim reimbursement if your insurance is not accepted at SCOA.
Caleb Whitenack, M.D.
Dr. Whitenack grew up in Denver then moved to Texas for higher education. He received his undergraduate degree from Dallas Baptist University in Biology and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. After medical school, he completed his adult psychiatry residency at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. During the last year of training he was appointed Chief Resident over the large residency program.
During his time at UNC he had the unique experience of becoming well versed in women’s mental health and perinatal psychiatry. UNC helped pioneer the treatment of this much needed area of mental health. He became practiced in assessing and managing women with mood and anxiety issues during their menstrual cycle, pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, post-partum and peri-menopausal times.
Dr. Whitenack specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of womens mental health issues, ADD/ADHD, panic attacks, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder. He treats children, adolescents, and adults. He is board certified in Adult Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN).
- Caleb Whitenack, MD
- Natalie Yaklin, PA-C
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