Ann Marie T. Sullivan, M.D., Commissioner
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
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"You must do the thing which you think you cannot do!" - Eleanor Roosevelt

Lancaster Recovery and Treatment Center is a clinic service that provides a broad range of mental health services to meet the needs of adults with a diagnosis of mental illness. We provide a combination of diagnostic and treatment services for mentally ill individuals and their families and significant others. Services include verbal therapy, medication therapy, medication education, symptom management, health screening and referral, and psychiatric rehabilitation readiness determination and referral.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:


525 Pavement Road
Lancaster, NY 14086

(716) 684-2662

Central Intake Number:
(716) 816-2218

HOURS OF OPERATION:

8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday


Closed on holidays.


 
Treatment Services OffereD:
- Individual Intensive Psychotherapy
- Supportive Counseling
- Medication Management
- Psychiatric Evaluation
- Psychological Testing
- Group Psychotherapy (under development)
- Assistance with referrals to other needed services.

Lancaster RTC Brochure
Lancaster Brochure


Rehabilitation and Recovery Services offered:
- Vocation Counseling
- Health Education
- Peer Run Groups


Who will benefit:

Individuals aged 18 and over who are experiencing mental health problems and are found to have a primary psychiatric diagnosis.


Meet our Staff

 
Sarah Marchand, Ph.d.
Program Manager
Associate Psychologist
Dr. Loida Reyes
Psychiatrist
Dr. Patricia Roy-Petrick
Licensed Psychologist
Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Ball State University; M.S., Community Counseling, University of Rochester; B.A., Psychology, University of Rochester.
Areas of Clinical Interest: post-traumatic Stress Disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, marriage and family, multicultural and diversity issues and stress management.

Dr. Roy-Petrick practices from a Cognitive Behavioral theoretical standpoint in which she explores how thoughts effect emotions and behaviors.  She uses techniques such as cognitive restructuring, mindfulness, committed action toward values, emotional regulation, frustration tolerance, and improving interpersonal relationships.

“Act with a determination not to be turned aside by thoughts of the past and fears of the future.” – R. E. Lee

Jennifer Wells, LCSW-R
Licensed Master Social Worker
Degree: M.S.W. from State University at Buffalo
Areas of Clinical Interest: Forensics, Trauma, Disaster Relief, OCD/Anxiety, Depression, BiPolar Disorder--how to recognize when you are doing too much, Schizoaffective Disorders, preventative therapy--how to stop symptoms before they become worse, managing chronic mental health issues and living a happy life, learning more about one's personality and how to reach personal wellness goals.

SAndra ziemba
Office Assistant
 

525 Pavement Road Lancaster, NY 14086 · (716) 684-2662