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Currently Accepting New Clients In Person & Virtual

At our therapy practice, we value diversity and believe that it is essential in creating a safe and inclusive environment for all of our clients. We recognize that every individual has their own unique experiences, backgrounds, and identities, and we strive to create a space where all clients feel seen, heard, and valued. We are committed to actively promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work, and to providing culturally responsive care that is tailored to the needs of each individual client.

our diversity policy

currently accepting new clients for In Person & Virtual Sessions

I know it comes as no surprise that racism and discriminatory acts toward Black and other racially ethnic groups have a longstanding history in our country. At Silver Linings Psych, we strive to be an important part of the dialogue, ask the difficult questions, approach our work with curiosity, and align ourselves with doing our […]

Closing the Gap

While much of the focus of health is on the outside with physical health, we also need to ensure we are focusing on our mental health. Mental health contributes to our decision-making process, how we cope with stress, and how we relate to others in our lives. It is a vital part of our life […]

Prioritizing Your Mental Health

Self-care looks different for everyone… Whether it’s a consistent routine, mantras that you play in your head during the day, or a call to a friend that always brings a smile to your face, we all do OUR own thing. Finding the 1-2 strategies that fill your cup can make you available to do so […]

How Does Self Care Look For You?

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While some people want to pretend the hard part of the pandemic is over, the truth is, it’s only just beginning. As we navigate the heavy responsibility of the ethical and moral dilemma in opening our offices, there are many professional & personal factors to consider: • Are clients ready to come into the office? […]

The Hard Part is Only Just Beginning

As you work through your decision-making process, it may help to think about what your mentor would do in this situation. Think back to the foundational elements they have taught you over the years Mine stressed for me to: • Have love, compassion, & respect for the whole person ️ • Strive to understand what […]

A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats

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“A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.” – Bob Proctor See, a good mentor is all about timing and willingness to learn from those that have done it for years before you. It is hard to do, but […]

Going Back to Where it all Started

Mentors You know the great ones, the once-in-a-lifetime ones, the ones that you say to yourself, “how did I get to be so lucky?” They taught us work/life balance and autonomy, as well as trust, respect, and love for our field, our patients, and ourselves However, our mentors never prepared us for this Our professional […]

Mentors, ‘You Know The Great Ones…’

Now more than ever, it is important not only to have compassion, love, and respect for oneself but also for others and their decisions – even when you may disagree. Here are my TOP 10 tips for getting through this tough time: 1. Refrain from judging others 2. Take deep breaths when you are awake […]

The Sun will Rise Tomorrow

The current unrest in our country has hit close to home and brought on a range of emotions for so many of us. When combined with the effects of the current pandemic and the 24/7 news coverage, the days can certainly be draining, frustrating, upsetting, and scary on so many levels during these extraordinarily difficult times, […]

Equation for Change

Until quite recently, people were uncomfortable discussing therapy because of the stigma attached by our society. As a result, there are still some fairly big misconceptions about it. Here are 3 of the most common misconceptions about therapy to help you feel more comfortable and hopefully, take that step to seek treatment. It’s Just Like […]

3 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

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