The University at Buffalo’s Behavioral Health Clinic offers state-of-the-art, research-based treatment that has been demonstrated to be effective in treating alcohol disorders.
Our treatment is:
Treatment typically includes six to 12 sessions of 60-90 minutes each. Sessions typically include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). In addition, we offer follow-up resources and support (including referrals) for participants who complete the program.
Part of the UB School of Social Work, the Behavioral Health Clinic is operated by internationally renowned addictions researchers Paul Stasiewicz, PhD, and Clara Bradizza, PhD, who each have more than 20 years’ experience conducting NIH-funded addictions research.
We use a collaborative team approach to provide comprehensive services for our clients. Team members typically include representatives from the fields of psychology, social work, medicine and addiction counseling.
Teaches you how to think, assess situations, recognize triggers. Very helpful.”