This is a group for men and women with a history of alcohol and substance abuse. Group members are in early recovery (or in the process of stopping). The group explores how addiction plays out in your familial, romantic, interpersonal and work relationships. If you are just entering treatment or you are being seen by a therapist but need additional attention to the issues of addiction, this is the group for you.
Tuesdays at 6:55pm; on-going
$125/session; Medicare may be used
Dr. Patricia Bellucci is a Clinical Psychologist in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan with expertise in the treatment of addiction and substance use, trauma, eating disorders, relationship challenges, depression, and anxiety.
Dr. Bellucci has particular expertise in addiction and substance use. When working with clients for substance and alcohol treatment, she uses a Harm Reduction Approach, integrating cognitive-behavioral strategies, moderation management and relapse prevention techniques, 12-step self-help models, and psychodynamic approaches.
Dr. Bellucci also helps clients with trauma, eating disorders, relationship topics, depression, and anxiety. She incorporates both analytic and cognitive-behavioral methods in her treatment approach, which she applies to her clients across the lifespan. She sees clients on an individual and group basis.
Dr. Bellucci received training at St. Lukes Hospital, The Addiction Institute, the National Development & Research Institutes, Inc. (NDRI), and Long Island University. Additionally, she is both a graduate and faculty member in The Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program and a faculty member for the Eating Disorders, Compulsions and Addictions Services at the William Alanson White Institute.