HELPING PEOPLE TO LEAD PRODUCTIVE LIVES
LIEBER RECOVERY CLINIC
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The Lieber Clinic provides comprehensive psychiatric services to patients 18 and older diagnosed with psychotic disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, autism spectrum disorders, and ADHD/executive dysfunction. We treat cognitive deficits caused by a broad array of psychiatric illness.
The clinic leadership is provided by Alice Medalia, Ph.D., a senior Columbia University faculty member who has been a research and clinical pioneer in the rehabilitation of individuals with psychotic disorders. Professor Medalia is also an internationally recognized neuropsychologist in the vanguard of cognitive training/remediation and recovery oriented care.
We provide community-based psychiatric treatment, including intensive outpatient day treatment and a full range of on-site psychiatric, medical, substance abuse, psycho-social, and rehabilitation services.Our services are available to people 18 years and older.
As an integral part of the Columbia Psychiatry network of care, our clients have access to a full spectrum of care, with seamless delivery of services from inpatient to outpatient and from psychiatric to substance abuse and medical services. In an atmosphere of caring support, clients receive personalized, comprehensive outpatient treatment, life skills training, and psychiatric rehabilitation services, with an emphasis on getting back to work, school, and independent living. Treatment is largely provided in a group format, with some clients receiving additional support from a staff recovery coach. All clients participating in treatment in the Lieber Clinic continue to be under the care of a primary psychiatrist. Clients may continue treatment with their referring physician or we can arrange for one of our faculty members to provide individual psychiatric care.
51 West 51st Street, Suite 340
New York, NY 10019