A U.C.S.F. Program based at San Francisco General Hospital, with support from S.F. Community Behavioral Health Services and additional funding.
What services do we offer?
Who can receive our services?
Assessment:
Any family with a child under three years of age who. . .
5 - 7 meetings with the parents and child in their home or in our offices.

We use this time to learn about the family's needs and decide with the parents what services will be most helpful for them and their child.
feels their baby is too fussy or difficult to comfort

finds their baby unusually quiet or uninterested in them

is concerned about how active their child is

is worried that their baby is not eating well or growing as expected

has a  child experiencing long and frequent temper tantrums, difficulties around separation or sleeping problems

feels burdened by the demands of parenthood

has a baby with developmental delays or medical problems that place special emtotional burdens on the parents
Treatment:
Guidance around children's needs, support around parents' needs, and counseling around difficulties between the parents and the child.

This can take place in the family's home or in our offices.
Consultation:
To community agencies working with infants and toddlers and their families.
Fees:
For further information, please contact:
Betsy Wolfe, Ph.D.
(415) 206-5270
Medi-Cal is accepted.
Kadija Johnston, L.C.S.W.
Director
San Francisco General Hospital
2550 23rd Street
Building 9, Room 130
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 206-5270