Yale Child Study Hub Team Bios

Dorothy Stubbe, M.D., Hub Team Medical Director
Dr. Dorothy Stubbe is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. She completed her residency training in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Stubbe has been Program Director for the child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship program at the Yale Child Study Center since 1996, and for the Integrated psychiatry/ child and adolescent psychiatry/ research track since 2004. She served 16 years as the Associate Medical Director for Yale-New Haven Hospital Children’s Psychiatric Inpatient Service, and one year as the Medical Director of Pediatric Psychiatric Consultation-liaison and Emergency Services in the Children’s Hospital. She is a skilled clinician with expertise in child and adolescent assessments, evidence-based care, psychopharmacology, emergency psychiatry, consultation-liaison psychiatry to primary care, school-based consultation and medical education.

Andrew Lustbader, M.D., Team Psychiatrist
Dr. Andrew Lustbader is a child and adolescent psychiatrist. He completed his Pediatrics residency, Psychiatry, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry training at the Yale University School of Medicine. He is the medical director of Mid-Fairfield Child Guidance Center. Being trained as a pediatrician and child and adolescent psychiatrist, his knowledge of the interface between the two disciplines is indispensable. Dr. Lustbader was one of the primary champions of the ACCESS-Mental Health program and has a history of consultation with pediatrics clinics, development of collaborative office rounds (CORs), development of five pediatric and mental health co-location primary care clinics, and serves as a physician educator of primary care practitioners on children’s mental health topics.

Claudia Moreno, M.D., Team Psychiatrist
Dr. Claudia Moreno received her MD from University of Puerto Rico; Psychiatry Residency at the University of Florida, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center. In addition to her role on the ACCESS- MH team, Dr. Moreno is Medical Director of the Consultation-liaison psychiatry team, providing psychiatric consultation for medically ill patients and supervising child psychiatry fellows, as well as directing the psychiatry services to the emergency department of Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital. Dr. Moreno has experience providing psychiatric evaluation and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Signy Peck, L.C.S.W., Team Administrator and Behavioral Health Clinician
Signy Peck is a licensed clinical social worker. Having been a core member of a co-location program at Whitney Pediatrics during the past two years, Signy is an advocate for integrated care and its benefits for children, adolescents and their families. Signy started her professional career working with Yale-IICAPS, then moved to YCSC’s Outpatient clinic, spending the last two years co-located at Whitney Pediatrics. Signy enjoys continuously learning and teaching. She is an adjunct professor at Southern Connecticut State University’s MSW program and has supervised fellows and students in her role at the outpatient clinic. Signy obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in English at Wesleyan University and received her Master’s Degree in social work at Smith College.

Nancy Brown, M.Ed., Team Program Coordinator
Nancy Brown is a long-time family advocate who has a history of coordinating efforts with the Child Study Center on behalf of children accessing mental health care. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at University of Denver and her Master’s Degree in Education at Boston University. Her work history highlights her remarkable organization skills and ability to work with individuals from all stations of life. Ms. Brown, a parent of a child with mental health needs, is knowledgeable in the resources in the state as well as the barriers to utilization. She has first-hand experience in navigating the mental health system and a warm, welcoming presence as our team member who greets, provides information, and triages calls to the other team members.

Oversight of the ACCESS Mental Health program is provided by the Central Administrative team at Carelon Behavioral Health.  Any questions regarding the statewide program can be directed to: Elizabeth Garrigan, LPC ~  Statewide Program Director, ACCESS Mental Health CT ~  Carelon Behavioral Health ~  500 Enterprise Drive, Suite 3D ~  Rocky Hill, CT 06067 ~  860-263-2095 ~  elizabeth.garrigan@carelon.com