Developmental-Behavioral Consultation is offered via phone or email at no cost to primary care providers seeking information for their patients with concerns of:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Communication Difficulties
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Learning disabilities
  • Intellectual Disabilities

Purpose:  To support Primary Care Providers maintaining a high quality of care to their pediatric patients.  Consultations provide resources and evidence-based practices that include, but are not limited to:

  • Standards of care for developmental/behavioral conditions
  • Behavioral practices related to developmental/behavioral conditions
  • Strategies for medication management
  • Assistance and implementation of recommended services, needed resources and support
  • Strategies for working with education and other systems
  • Assistance in the referral process for specialty services

This phone/email service allows you access to the developmental-behavioral pediatricians or our nurse practitioner at the Child Study Center on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences campus.  This is not an individual consultation for specific patients, but is designed to broaden the provider’s knowledge of developmental-behavioral conditions. (In order to protect your patients’ privacy we ask that you avoid using protected health information when emailing or leaving messages regarding the consult.)

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatricians:

  • Ami B. Bax MD
  • Laura J. McGuinn, MD
  • Mark L. Wolraich, MD

For more information or to request a consultation, please contact mailto:Amy-Maley@ouhsc.edu or call 405-271-5700 (OKC Metro) or 1-855-266-3991.


www.dbp2doc.org is a project of the OU Department of Pediatrics Section on Developmental Behavioral Pediatric to help provide consultation to primary care providers. It is funded in part by the Telligen Community Initiative to initiate and support, through research and programs, innovative and farsighted health-related projects aimed at improving the health, social well-being and educational attainment of society, where such needs are expressed.