Kaitlin Reuss Staebler, DMSc, PA-C, CAQ-Psychiatry
Psychiatric Physician Assistant
Kaitlin Staebler, PA-C, MPAS, CAQ-Psychiatry, was raised in Laurel, Montana, and earned her Doctorate of Medical Science Degree in 2021 and her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2016 from Rocky Mountain College. Kaitlin joined Montana Psychiatry in October 2016. She was awarded her Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Psychiatry in November 2017. She completed her fellowship in Anti-Aging and Hormonal Medicine from The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine in December 2020.
In addition to her practice through Montana Psychiatry, Kaitlin also provides medical care to the youth at Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch. She is very interested in new and innovative treatments for mental health including TMS, Ketamine, Spravato, and integrative psychiatry. Kaitlin is also passionate about increasing access to mental health in Montana and has been involved in lobbying for mental health legislation in Montana.
Kaitlin believes that mental health conditions should be analyzed differently – as whole-body issues – and we should try new and innovative approaches to treatment to better serve patients.