BS, Cornell University, Graduate with Distinction
MD, Tel Aviv University, Sackler School of Medicine
Psychiatry Residency, University of Colorado
Treatment Focus: Mood, anxiety and trauma related disorders.
Jacqueline Calderone, MD’s primary clinical interest is the integration of biologic, psychologic, wellness and mindful interventions for the promotion and recovery of mental health. She completed a psychotherapy scholars track and research track during her residency training and now is now set to graduate from a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Course through the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis in September 2018. As a trained yoga teacher and long-time yoga practitioner, Dr. Calderone offers a wide range of tools for both individual and group patients. At the root of working with individuals, she focuses on diagnostic clarification and a mutual understanding of the individual’ underlying dynamics and conditions that create distress or dis-ease. She believes strongly in meeting the patient where they are to work collaboratively with a variety of evidence based treatments.
Dr. Calderone’s primary community and administrative interests are to destigmatize mental health, increase access to quality mental health care, and allow people to name and treat all the underlying biologic, psychologic, and social variables that lead to mental and emotional suffering. She directs a primary care integration program via tele-health with a AF Williams where she educates and collaborates with family physicians to leverage her psychiatric expertise to meet the needs of a larger patient population. She recently expanded to working with an OB clinic at St. Joseph’s and hopes to expand the work by partnering with more medical practices and training more psychiatrist in this unique field.
In addition, she has provided education via various panels, conferences and the ECHO project to rural primary care physicians throughout Colorado. Dr. Calderone currently a member of the Executive Council for the Colorado Psychiatric Society and is an Assembly Representative for Early Career Psychiatrists for the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Calderone enjoys international travel, quiet time in nature, and caring for her new family.