Buffalo Business First Highlights Medaille Partnership With BestSelf Behavioral Health
An article in Buffalo Business First on October 13 highlighted the two-year-old partnership between Medaille College and BestSelf Behavioral Health, Inc. (formerly Lake Shore Behavioral Health). The partnership has resulted in a health outpatient treatment center on the Buffalo campus that provides community services while also serving as a counselor-in-training facility for students in Medaille’s master’s in clinical mental health counseling, master’s in marriage and family therapy, and doctorate in clinical psychology programs.
As the article explains, it’s a “win-win for all involved.” Howard Hitzel, president and CEO of BestSelf, says supervised clinical work helps to develop high-quality job candidates: “Medaille has made a commitment to providing excellent training for students in the behavioral health field and we were happy to partner with them because in the end, we are the beneficiaries.”
Lynn Horne-Moyer, Ph.D., chair of Medaille's Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology, says the state-of-the-art clinic ensures that “the clients, the sector and the students at Medaille all benefit.”
Buffalo’s media, public service and law enforcement communities celebrated the Medaille College Communication Program Media Awards on March 19.
Medaille’s Program of the Month (POTM) series highlighted students, faculty and alumni from the College’s HLS program in February 2018.
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Students and faculty from the communication program recently delivered toys, food, books and gift cards to Oishei Children's Hospital.
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