455 Hickey Blvd, Suite 414 Daly City, CA 94015
PH: (650) 301-4960
Fax: (650) 301-4961
Dr. Auza is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He maintains a congenial, professional office environment to ensure comfort and privacy for patients. His practice style is warm and empathic, influenced by his training in psychodynamic psychotherapy. As a licensed physician, Dr. Auza can prescribe medications and can work collaboratively with patients who have or need talk therapists. If medications are clinically indicated, he helps his patients explore and understand the biological, psychological, and social factors that impact their wellbeing. His global assessment ensures that patients make informed decisions about their own care. Dr. Auza completed his residency in psychiatry in San Francisco at California Pacific Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident. He attended medical school at University of Virginia School of Medicine after graduation from the College of William and Mary. His undergraduate studies were concentrated on his major in Neuroscience with a minor in Biochemistry
After completing his psychiatric residency in adult psychiatry, Dr Kenan completed psychiatric fellowships in both child psychiatry and forensic psychiatry at UCLA and Cedars Sinai, where he later served as assistant clinical professor and chief forensic psychiatrist, respectively. Dr. Kenan has held numerous positions in national psychiatric organizations, including past president of the American Society of Adolescent Psychiatry. He has published in top medical journals, presented extensively at national medical conferences, and testified in more than 350 court trials. He is active in San Francisco’s nonprofit organizations and city government where he works to make life better for all in San Francisco.
Dr. Man completed her Psychiatry Residency training at Stanford University Medical Center. She obtained her medical degree from the UC San Diego School of Medicine and her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University with a major in Biological Sciences. Dr. Man is dedicated to providing thoughtful and compassionate care for her patients. She strongly believes psychiatric health and well-being derive not only from symptom relief but also from fulfilling relationships, a healthy and active lifestyle, managing physical health problems, and learning to practice self-compassion and self-care. She works closely with patients to foster a therapeutic alliance with mutual respect and to develop individualized treatment plans which may include medications, therapy, or other evidence-based treatments. Dr. Man is fluent in English and conversational Mandarin
Dr. Putziger’s diverse cultural background creates a strong sense of competency in understanding his patients’ value system in treatment. Dr. Putziger was born in Brazil, grew up in France and received his primary education in New York. He subsequently studied Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University and obtained his medical degree from the Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Putziger completed his Psychiatry Residency at the University of Virginia, where he was a Chief Resident in his final year. He was awarded Outstanding Teaching Resident, twice. Dr. Putziger is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology as well as a member of the American Psychiatric Association. He has served as the Treasurer of the Northern California Psychiatric Society for the term of 2017-2018 and is currently serving a three-year term as Councilor at large. Dr. Putziger’s commitment to patient care is reflected in his understanding of patients needs and goals. He believes that empowering patients to take charge of their treatment is the cornerstone of building a strong therapeutic relationship. In addition to providing Psychopharmacology, Dr. Putziger’s mission is to assist his patients in cultivating authentic and intimate relationships with loved ones and develop a balanced lifestyle. Dr. Putziger is fluent in English, Portuguese, and conversational in French.
After his undergraduate career at the College of William and Mary followed by medical school at Temple University, Dr. Treskovich completed his residency and fellowship training at the University of Virginia. He believes overall well-being evolves from a multidisciplinary approach to psychiatric care, an aspect he learned as a former medical director at a community mental health clinic. In his opinion and practice, collaboration with his patients’ care team including family members, primary care physicians, therapists, etc. is of the utmost importance to provide the best care. During his training as a young physician, Dr. Treskovich was trained and currently remains skilled in various forms of psychotherapy, but he feels that initially it is essential to establish strong rapport and mutual respect prior to commencement of such modalities. In addition to therapy training, he is versed in current psychiatric medication management both in children and adults. Along with collaboration, rapport and proper medication management, Dr. Treskovich strives to foster an environment in which his patients are provided with up-to-date, research-validated treatment strategies with the hope that psychoeducation, support and therapeutic interventions continue to treat beyond the bounds of the office setting.