Dr. Delcid is a Board Certified Psychiatrist of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He grew up in Houston and speaks fluently in Spanish. He pursued his undergraduate training surrounded by the natural beauty of the state of Maine at Bowdoin College, where he double majored in Biology and Sociology. He then completed a Master's Degree from the UT Houston School of Public Health with a focus in Toxicology and Environmental Sciences as it applies to public health. He earned his Medical Doctorate and completed his residency training here in Houston at the University of Texas Health Science Center affiliated hospitals, which have included Memorial Hermann Hospital, LBJ Hospital, Harris County Psychiatric Center, and M.D. Anderson.
After completing residency in 2011 he primarily and proudly served as staff attending at Baylor CHI St. Luke's Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. His clinical strengths include treating neuropsychiatric conditions in medically complex or chronically ill patients, the safe management of age-related disorders, PTSD, and complex anxiety or mood disorders.
He strives to grow his foundation in integrative psychiatric practices and functional medicine, and has varied academic interest:
Nutrition as related to improving treatment outcomes (i.e Food as Medicine)
Inflammatory disorders and neuroimmunological factors related to mood and well-being
Alternative and pragmatic methods of alleviating anxiety and depression, including meditation, exercise, and optimal sleep architecture
The determinants and lifestyle practices of healthy aging and cognition