Clinical Psychologist, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Section of UC Davis MIND Institute; Training Director, Northern California Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND); Co-Director for the Maternal Child Health Career/RISE-UP
2825 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
Janice Enriquez, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist within the Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Section at the MIND Institute who conducts developmental evaluations with infants and children to identify neurodevelopmental concerns related to intellectual and learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and related mental health concerns. Dr. Enriquez currently provides training to medical residents and fellows on diagnostic assessment of infants and children, and supervises a clinical psychology internship program. Past and current clinical and research interests pertain to the identification of developmental delay in infants at high risk due to medical conditions, neuropsychological and behavioral functioning of children diagnosed with neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders, evaluation and treatment of developmental and socioemotional concerns related to child abuse, evidence based assessment and treatment of childhood concerns (PCIT, CBT, Triple P-developmental disabilities), and health disparities.