As a privately-practicing psychiatrist in San Francisco, California, Dr. Michael Kreutzer possesses experience treating patients of all ages. He has focused particularly on child psychiatry, having completed his fellowship in this specialization at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Neuropsychiatric Institute. He has since gone on to care for young patients in numerous California practices, including Gardner Family Care, Anka Behavioral Health, and STARS Behavioral Health Group.
Michael Kreutzer, MD, also serves as an assistant clinical professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where he oversees the work of fellows, residents, and students of child psychiatry. He has also led the school’s parent-training clinic for child psychiatry fellows and presented a course on conduct disorder for the UCSF School of Nursing, where he worked with pediatric nurses and neonatal nurse practitioners.
As an invited lecturer, Dr. Kreutzer has spoken on such topics as child crisis, behavior modification, and the use of off-label antipsychotic medication for pediatric patients. He has served as an instructor for the Department of Public Health’s Adolescent and Family Service Center Internship program and stands out as the creator of a curriculum for professionals working with Comprehensive Child Crisis Services.