The Kelberman Center Clinic, designed to support individuals and their families who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or a related developmental disability, is now accepting new therapy clients of all ages.
Licensed Masters of Social Work, Carlyne Hazer and Amanda Bushey, support individuals and families with developmental disabilities, who also are experiencing social-emotional or behavioral needs. Based on an initial assessment, services are tailored to the needs of the individual or family using a range of methods including behavioral interventions, CBT, DBT, ACT and other evidence-based approaches.
The Kelberman Center is providing options of individual and group therapy in both its Syracuse and Utica locations. They accept a variety of insurances, and referrals can be submitted for children and adults of all ages who meet the criteria for the Article 16 clinic.
For more information, contact Rose Joseph, treatment coordinator, at 315-797-6241, ext. 3910 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kelberman Center is the leading provider of autism services for children, adults and families in the Mohawk Valley and Central New York. They provide comprehensive programming and services for people throughout all phases of life, from early childhood through adulthood, including: Home and Community Based, Educational, Clinical, Residential and Recreation and Camp.