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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

Let’s state the obvious – it’s rare for men to even consider therapy, so if you’re taking the first step by learning more, you’re already ahead of the curve. We invite you to learn a bit more about what you can expect from working with us on this page and don’t hesitate to reach out if you want to learn more about therapy for men through Silver Linings Psych.

Because Men Need Support
While Navigating Life’s Challenges Too

Therapy for Men

Therapy is a journey. No matter what brings you to our office, reaching out and moving forward to begin that journey is what matters most. If you’re here, there is probably a situation, relationship, or life change that encouraged you to start researching therapy and looking into your options. Whatever that experience is, our knowledgeable clinicians are here to support your goals.

Why Men Choose Therapy?

I KNOW great things are possible for me; I just don’t know where to begin. 

Specifically, therapy may benefit you if any of the following descriptions sound familiar:

I KNOW I need someone in my life who I can talk to openly and honestly without feeling judged or criticized, so I can start making progress toward achieving my goals with the guidance of someone I trust.

I KNOW negative thinking is adversely impacting my life, but the negative voices always seem to take over no matter what I try.

I KNOW my insistence doing things my way is limiting my ability to accomplish what I know is achievable, but I can’t seem to consider the views of others when I know I could and should learn something from them.

I KNOW I have struggled with 1 or more of the following at one point in my life and never did anything about it: anxiety, depression, addictive behaviors, trouble maintaining healthy relationships, life transitions, loss, and creating balance in my life.






I KNOW I need to change my perspective on some things that are currently difficult and frustrating in my life and the world, but I feel stuck, drained and dissatisfied


I KNOW I need to change some of my behaviors that are hurting me and negatively impacting others close to me, but I need help identifying the pattern as well as learning new ways of interacting with others.


I KNOW I have become more irritable lately and I am quick to anger. I don’t even see it coming, and the aftermath is not pleasant. I know I do a bit too much blaming and if I changed even a little bit I think that would make a lot of difference for the better


I KNOW I’m working hard but I wish there was a way to consider the point of view of others with a more open mind. I know this would help tremendously. My pride and stubbornness really can get in the way of connecting with others.


I KNOW close friends have experience with therapy that has helped them in profound ways, why can't I get out of my own way.


I KNOW the way my family members talked to and treated each other when I grew up wasn’t great, but I don’t know how else to communicate with the people in my life I care about. I know this makes my relationships more difficult, but I don’t know how to change my circumstance


I KNOW something needs to change in my life because I have goals and plans for my future that I can’t achieve if things keep going this way. It’s time to do things differently, but how do I make that change?


I KNOW I don’t always say what I mean and mean what I say when I communicate with my others in both personal and professional life but I don’t really know the first steps I would need to take if I wanted to do things differently. 


The experienced therapists at Silver Linings Psych are dedicated to helping our male clients achieve their goals – whatever brings them in to see us. You’re not like any of our other clients, and your therapy plan with our clinicians won’t be like anyone else’s either. Our sessions are designed to be dynamic. That means we are constantly helping you to evaluate your progress toward achieving your goals, and we work together to adjust how work with one another is going to ensure you’re achieving the goals you set. Whatever your needs or goals are for the time spent working on you, our clinicians have the skills to help you achieve exactly what your intended. 

How Does Therapy Help? 

As a team of therapists, we’re able to provide a range of services in one office, and each of our therapists brings a unique perspective to the practice. That means we can offer specific therapy solutions that make sense for exactly what you need. You can get to know our team who offer therapy for men by clicking the link to their individual pages below. 

Who Offers Therapy for Men?

We know it can be difficult to make the decision to reach out, and the therapists at Silver Linings Psych would love to help you take the next step. It’s time to get in touch to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of us if you’re thinking to yourself, “I might as well give this a try, and talk to someone who knows more about this than I do. It can’t hurt right? What do I have to lose?” Don’t hesitate. Give our team a call, and let’s get to work.

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Visiting any of the pages on the Silver Linings Psych website or by contacting any of the therapists at SLP, by e-mail, phone or social media, does not constitute or establish a therapeutic or professional relationship.