Center for Neurobehavioral Health

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Center for Neurobehavioral Health

The mission of the Center for Neurobehavioral Health is to provide comprehensive services of the highest quality to people in our community and the greater North Country region whose lives have been affected by neurologically-based disorders. We provide diagnostic assessment, individualized care, support, and services to persons living with physical, neurocognitive, and developmental disabilities in a culturally sensitive environment, and provide optimal support to their caregivers and families so they may enjoy quality of life and remain living in their communities with some level of independence. We provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary faculty research to increase knowledge about neurological disorders, and provide opportunities for experiential learning and research for undergraduate and graduate students for the purpose of training the next generation of professionals.

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Photo of Dr. John Ettling making remarks to visitors at the grand opening of the center's new locationCenter for Neurobehavioral Health Opens at Sibley Hall

New Location Centralizes Psychological Services

aculty and staff in the new facilities for SUNY Plattsburgh’s Center for Neurobehavioral Health in Sibley Hall hosted an open house Saturday, Sept. 23 where more than 75 gathered in unseasonably warm temperatures for remarks and a ribbon cutting officiated by Dr. Michael Morales, interim director.

The space that was previously occupied by the Sibley Hall gymnasium — originally used by students in the campus school more than 50 years ago — and the Third Age Adult Day Center is now a two-story facility housing clinic, instructional and office spaces for the center, its staff, and members of the psychology department. Read more about CNBH’s new facility

Contact Information

For more information about the Center for Neurobehavioral Health, please contact:

Yvonne Lott, M.S. Ed., Associate Director
Office: Sibley Hall 520
Phone: (518) 564-3369
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 388-0199

For information about the Neuropsychology Clinic and Psychoeducational Services, please contact:

Amy Hackett, Office Manager
Office: Sibley Hall 518A
Phone: (518) 564-3388
Fax: (518) 564-3313