Dr. Horvath’s clinical practice focus on facilitating coping in adults and their families facing new onset injury, serious illness, chronic medical conditions, and disability. Areas of expertise include cancer rehabilitation, pain management, brain injury and concussion, and caregiver coping. Dr. Horvath uses a practical, strengths-based approach which includes elements of CBT, trauma-informed therapies, mindfulness, and problem-solving strategies.
A Buffalo native, Dr. Horvath received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Biology from Canisius University.
Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (SMD)
Post-doctoral Training & Residency
Post-doctoral Clinical Fellowship (APA-accredited)
Abramson Center for Jewish Life
Concentrations: Geriatrics, Neuropsychology 1990 - 1991
Residency Training (APA-accredited)
East Orange Veterans Administration Medical Center
East Orange, NJ, and
Mt. Sinai Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
Concentrations: Pain Management, Oncology, Medical Psychology, Neuropsychology, Couples' Therapy 1989 - 1990
PhD | University of Delaware. Clinical Psychology. 1990
MA | University of Delaware. Clinical Psychology. 1987
BA | Canisius College. Psychology. 1983