Carly Kyte, PA-C
Psychiatric Physician Assistant
Carly Kyte, PA-C, was raised in Wappingers Falls, New York, and completed her Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology with emphases in Chemistry and Biological Ethics at the University of Albany in 2016. Upon graduation, Carly relocated to Red Lodge, Montana to work as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation. Carly’s primary focus was identifying social determinants of health in a rural setting and worked to aid the communities of Carbon County in increasing accessibility to various local, state, and federal aid programs.
Carly was then accepted into Rocky Mountain College’s Masters of Physician Assistant Studies program in 2020 and was introduced to Montana Psychiatry during her six-week Behavioral Health rotation in 2021. It was during this time she was exposed to the latest in Ketamine, TMS, and all that Montana Psychiatry has to offer, which prompted her to write her capstone thesis on Major Depressive Disorder with an emphasis on the mechanism of Ketamine. She has since earned her Master’s degree this past August and is very excited to be the newest member of the Montana Psychiatry team.