If you have questions for Dr. Buzz, check this list first. Chances are, you’ll find the answer you need.
No, Although Buzz is a Certified School Social Worker and has a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, Buzz has chosen to not become nor function as a psychologist. Buzz’s decision to serve clients unconventionally through the use of behavioral and neuroscience interventions allows him to manage cases utilizing his own developed system of Coping and Accountability.
No, Buzz is not a medical doctor. Buzz has his Ph.D. in Education and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology which has earned him the title of doctor. Buzz does, however, work in collaboration with medical doctors who provide specific interventions that clients may need.
No, Buzz’s office does not accept insurance to pay for services that he provides for clients. However, Buzz’s office can provide statements or invoices to clients that clients can submit to their insurance company for reimbursement.
No, although Buzz has 25 years of behavioral training to include Applied Behavior Analysis, he is not a BCBA nor does he function using behavioral analysis as a behavior interventionist. Buzz uses many principles of ABA while implementing his own system of support, Coping and Accountability for all of his clients.
Yes, Buzz is affiliated with the Amen Clinics of both Costa Mesa, California and Manhattan, New York.
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Yes, Buzz works remotely. Although Buzz is based out of southern New Jersey in the United States, he services clients out of the Amen Clinic; Manhattan, New York location and. Additionally, Buzz works remotely in Beverly Hills, California and all over the world i.e. Italy Australia.
Yes. Dr. Buzz will work with individual clients and practitioners from all over the world thanks to modern technology.
Yes, Buzz’s services can be paid for through monthly invoicing, purchase orders, most credit cards (American Express included), as well as Venmo.
No, Buzz is not a hired advocate for special needs children. Buzz does have referral resources who his team can recommend that are properly qualified for child advocacy, however.
Yes, Buzz’s specialty treatment is with complicated and resistant cases where other interventions have been attempted and have been unsuccessful.