Learn about our Philosophy
Pillars of Our Practice
We collaborate with our clients, knowing they are the experts of their own experience and with the knowledge that our role is to assist them in growing their understanding and awareness of their experiences.
We believe in the power of the human connection and the ability to nurture one another. Entering the therapeutic relationship infused with empathy and understanding enables our clients to grow through their experiences and expand into the person they'd always hoped to become.
We would be honored to work alongside you.
Founder & Psychotherapist
Jennifer Silvershein, LCSW
Jennifer specializes in supporting individuals who experience self-doubt, difficulty in relationships, anxiety, eating disorders and low self-esteem.
Jennifer helps her clients to recognize and make the changes necessary to create a life they love. Through several years of clinical experience, Jennifer has found that therapy is most effective when grounded in understanding, collaboration, and motivation. She prioritizes creating a supportive environment in which individuals feel both safe and inspired to make powerful strides towards a more fulfilled self.
Since opening her practice, she has worked extensively with individuals as well as couples looking to make a positive impact on their lives and their relationships with others.
Over the years, she has been featured in various news publications including Well & Good, Elite Daily, Psych Central, Advice From A 20 Something and Romper.
Jennifer received her Masters in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and continued her training at New York University as well as the Albert Ellis Institute.
Michele Burstein, LMSW
One of Michele’s core values is authenticity, which is something she brings to her practice.
Michele specializes in supporting young professionals who are experiencing relationship issues, self-doubt, anxiety, and depression. She helps clients maximize their potential by learning effective coping strategies for daily life stressors. Whether she is guiding a client towards creating healthy relationships or supporting them through an important life transition, Michele is most inspired when she sees her clients grow and achieve their goals.
Michele has honed her artful method of client-focused, strengths-based therapy. Many of Michele’s clients come to her feeling anxious, depressed or uncertain about their next direction in life. Using a collaborative approach, she works with her clients to create a personalized plan of action which includes identifying strengths, reframing negative thinking patterns, and creating the life they feel passionate about.
Michele is dedicated to creating a non-judgemental environment where her clients can feel safe to be themselves.
She believes that building rapport and trust is essential to making therapy work well. By challenging her clients, Michele supports them in making positive adjustments and sustainable transformations to optimize their life.
Gabrielle Morse, LMHC
Gabrielle specializes in supporting individuals who experience adjustment difficulties, low self-esteem, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and addiction.
Gabrielle provides both individual and group therapy with a person-centered, strength-based, and collaborative therapeutic approach. She integrates multiple modalities in her work including cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, psychodynamic therapy, motivational interviewing, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
Gabrielle strives to ensure a warm, safe, and supportive therapeutic relationship.
Her work focuses on gaining insight into thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order to move towards a more fulfilling and authentic life. This awareness will help with identifying and changing faulty thinking patterns that may create barriers towards actualizing your potential in important areas. She aims to empower individuals to implement skills that aid in maintaining self-acceptance and confidence.
Gabrielle received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Columbia University and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Union College. She continued her training at Mount Sinai.