Mindy A. Werner-Crohn, M.D.
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Dr. Mindy Werner-Crohn is now the Medical Director and owner of Calabasas Behvaioral Health and is practicing under their umbrella of services.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship,
Napa State Hospital, Napa, CA. 1987 – 1991
Training sites included Napa State Hospital & Oakland Children’s Hospital
Adult Psychiatry Residency and Internship,
Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, UCSF
San Francisco, CA. 1983 – 1987
Training sites included Langley Porter, San Francisco General Hospital, Veterans Hospital, and Mt. Zion Hospital
University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine
San Francisco, CA. 1978-1982 M.D. 1982
Cambridge, MA. 1973-1977 B.A. 1977.
Cum Laude in History and Science
Calabasas, CA. September 2006 to present
San Rafael, CA. July 1995 to September 2006
Berkeley & Kensington, CA. May 1991 – Sept. 1998
Hathaway-Sycamores Children’s Village Residential Treatment
Program Sylmar, CA Psychiatrist Sept. 2006-April 2007
Willow Creek Treatment Center/North Valley School
Santa Rosa, CA, Psychiatrist July 1996 –August 2006
Residential Treatment Facility (Level 14) with nonpublic school providing day treatment for severely emotionally disturbed children and teenagers, ¼ of whom are deaf or hard of hearing. Provided consultation & teaching to clinical, school, and house staff, and psycho-pharmacological treatment for the students.
Crockett Group Home for Children,
Crockett, CA. Psychiatric Consultant. September 1995 – May 2002
Thunder Road Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Inc.
Oakland, CA. Medical Director, January 1993 – September 1995
Staff Psychiatrist, July 1991 – December 1992
Provided group therapy and psycho-pharmacologic treatment to the adolescent residential clients, and consultation and teaching to the staff, as well as administrative duties.
President’s Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavior Research,
Washington, DC Commonwealth Fellow. Fall 1992.
California Medical Association Committee on Evolving Trends in
Society Affecting Life, San Francisco, CA
Student Member and Consultant.
Watts, M.S., Bayley, C; Healy, F.A.; Osbin, W.S.; Werner, M.; White, L.P. “Ethical Problems in Medical Practice—A Protocol for the Guidance of Physicians.” The Western Journal of Medicine, Vol. 137, No.1, July 1982