BRIEF: Counseling practice relocates to Sheridan Meadows
Buffalo News - 1/31/2018
Jan. 31--A psychology practice that specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders has relocated its growing office to Uniland Development Corp.'s Sheridan Meadows South campus.
Primary Counseling Services, owned by clinical therapists Elizabeth Borenzweig and Kathy Maiorana, will begin seeing patients Thursday at its new location at 6225 Sheridan Drive in Amherst, said broker Eric Tudor of Tudor Collins Commercial Real Estate, which helped negotiate the lease. Uniland renovated the space in January, and the firm moved in over the weekend.
The practice -- which is seeking to add two or three more therapists this year -- also offers services for family therapy, couple and marital therapy, women's concerns, grief and bereavement. It was previously located at 5136 Sheridan Drive.
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