Dr. Enenbach is a Board-Certified Adult and Child & Adolescent psychiatrist. He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at UCLA, where he primarily functions as an inpatient attending and the medical director of the child and adolescent psychopharmacology clinic. Other specialized areas of clinical interest are ADHD, eating disorders, autism spectrum disorders and borderline personality disorder. Dr. Enenbach graduated from the University of Kansas in 1996 with a Human Biology major with Honors and Distinction. He continued at the University of Kansas for medical school, graduating in 2000. He completed his adult psychiatry residency from UCSF in 2004 and his child & adolescent fellowship from the University of Washington in 2009, serving as chief resident at both programs. Prior to returning to fellowship in 2007, he worked as the Medical Director for the Mobile Crisis Treatment Team in San Francisco and was on volunteer clinical faculty at UCSF. Dr. Enenbach is the President-elect of Pride-CAPA, the national gay and lesbian child and adolescent psychiatry association.
Distinguished Fellow, AACAP 2018
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