Who We Are
We are an interdisciplinary and collaborative team of healthcare leaders who provide compassionate, family-centered care to children and who engage in innovative research and training.
TELEHEALTH COVERAGE EXPANDS DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
DBP continues to provide services to both new and existing patients via Telehealth during shelter in place orders.
There are 3 ways to schedule an appointment:
- Send an email to your provider via My Chart
- Call 650-725-8995
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, be sure to check out Family Resources during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
IN BRIEF | DIVISION NEWS
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Receives ACEs Aware Grant
Chrristina Buysse MD and Barbara Bentley, PsyD MS received a grant which will be used to create a provider engagement collaborative of medical and mental health providers who serve young children with Medi-Cal insurance in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and San Mateo Counties. Details here
Barbara Bentley, PsyD Quoted in LPCH Happier, Healthier Lives Blog
Barbara Bentley, PsyD is quoted in a May 20, 2020 article written by Erin Digitale, titled Learning in the Age of COVID-19: How to Help Kids with Distance Learning. The blog also mentioned a compendium of resources DBP compiled for parents called Tips for Learning at Home, which is located along with other helpful information on our web page, Family Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Welcome New Fellows, and Congratulations to Sarah Dubner, MD!
We are excited to welcome our two new fellows, Annie Berens MD, and Liz Barrington MD, and we congratulate Sarah Dubner, MD, who recently graduated June 4th. We are pleased to welcome Sarah in July as our newest faculty member.
Maternal & Child Health Research Institute grant winners
How to Talk to Your Children About the Value of Diversity and the Problem of Racism
We have provided this guide with suggestions on how parents can talk about these issues with their children.