Monday - Friday: By Appointment Only
Saturday - Sunday: By Special Appointment (call or email for details).
Office Number: 512-550-1715
Fax Number: 512-366-5523
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
1970 Rawhide Dr. Suite 318
Round Rock, TX, 78681
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Dr. Calzada is a licensed Texas physician who utilizes the biopsychosocial model of disease. This model, which is both a philosophy and a clinical guide, takes a systematic and holistic approach to look at the whole person rather than just the disease itself. This allows Dr. Calzada to examine all factors that may contribute to mental health issues including biological factors such as genetic traits that run in families and also may include co-existing diseases such as hypertension or diabetes; psychological factors such as stress and trauma; and social factors such as relationships, finances, housing and socioeconomic standing. Further, this approach allows for tailored treatment plans to meet the specific needs of each unique patient.
Dr. Calzada began his academic career at the University of Texas in Arlington where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. From there he was accepted into the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, the oldest school of medicine in Texas, founded in 1891. During his medical school years Dr. Calzada was the recipient of the Carl J. Herzog scholarship for academic excellence and won a 2011 Practice of Medicine Essay Award in Oslerian Medicine. The annual winners are hand-selected by the Osler Scholars in the John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine for creating an outstanding composition demonstrating a humane and compassionate attitude toward patient care. Upon graduating from UTMB school of medicine and having his Doctor of Medicine degree conferred upon him, Dr. Calzada matched into the University of Texas Dell Seton Psychiatry residency program where he spent time (2014-2016) training at multiple sites including UMC Brackenridge, Brackenridge emergency department, Dell Children's hospital, Seton Mind Institute, Shoal Creek psychiatric hospital, and the Texas Child Study Center. Dr. Calzada also spent time at the Austin VA outpatient clinic where he worked with veterans struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD and other mental health issues.
"My pledge to you: I will actively listen to your unique story--what is troubling you, what is impairing you and what is distressing you. I will work in collaboration with you to primarily discover what your personal goals are for treatment and then secondarily formulate a mutually-agreed upon strategy for treatment, for achieving your goals. I will do this with empathy and compassion; I will do this with all dignity, respect and complete confidentiality; and I will do this without judgment or assumption." --Israel C. Calzada, MD
Every aspect of our clinic has been selected and designed to provide you with a confidential, private and comfortable visit. Our office is located within a professional office park however our suite is tucked away in a rear, private location to provide greater patient discretion. The staff was selected to be warm, welcoming and receptive to your specific needs.
Dr. Calzada has a genuine desire to help you succeed in all areas of your life--whether it is in relationships, school, work, or performance related activities such as athletics, exams, or career building. To accomplish this, Dr. Calzada utilizes multiple modes of evidence-based support which allows him to help you identify errors of thinking or patterns of behavior that may hinder you from achieving success and wellness. While medication is a valuable tool, they are not necessary for everyone to achieve improved mental wellness. Dr. Calzada will listen, evaluate, and collaborate with you to devise the best strategy for treatment options to help you become happier and healthier in your life.
Did you know that Texas residents are able to conduct their doctor's appointments online? This practice of medicine is known as telemedicine (also telepsychiatry). While there are requirements that must first be met (more on that later), the convenience and privacy that is provided through telemedicine is significant. You can:
What are the requirements in order to be eligible for telemedicine? You must:
While telemedicine provides convenience and added privacy it still requires an initial appointment to be held face to face with the doctor. To remedy this, Dr. Calzada will drive to your location to conduct the initial appointment. You choose where you would like to meet: at home, at the office, or any other location that is convenient for you (within a reasonable distance from the Round Rock Psychiatry clinic). Because of the availability of house calls you could not ever need to make the drive to the clinic as follow up appointments could be conducted through telemedicine. Contact the clinic today for further details or to set up an appointment.
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The emergency department provides urgent help and immediate options with a fully trained staff to diagnose and treat behavioral health emergencies. Call 512-324-7000 or visit 601 E. 15th St in Austin. https://www.seton.net/behavioral-health-care/emergency-services/
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Call 1-800-273-8255. https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
An Intensive Outpatient Program is a group therapy program for people with many different types of issues including depression, anxiety and drug or alcohol use. You may be a good fit for an IOP if you have tried other kinds of treatments and they have not worked for you. Call 512-324-2039. https://www.seton.net/behavioral-health-care/outpatient-programs/outpatient-programs-for-adults/
The Mission of NEABPD is to provide education, raise public awareness and understanding, decrease stigma, promote research and enhance the quality of life of those affected by Borderline Personality Disorder.
The Crisis Hotline provides 24/7 access to mental health professionals. Hotline callers receive immediate assessments, crisis intervention services (if needed) and referral to additional community resources.
Call 512-472-HELP. http://www.integralcare.org/content/24-hour-crisis-hotline
If you have your first appointment (initial evaluation) scheduled with Round Rock Psychiatry, please download and complete the New Patient Packet (below). Bring the completed packet with you to your first appointment. If you are unable to download any file please call or email Round Rock Psychiatry and we will provide you with your requested form. Thank you.