Dr. Stacey Silver
Dr. Stacey Silver is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of New York and volunteers to write original content for the Mckenna’s Grace website and provide input on new and existing projects to help prevent suicide on college campuses. Dr. Silver’s daughter, Alexa, was a friend and fellow classmate of Mckenna at USC.
Sr. Silver has extensive experience over the past 25 years specializing in providing evidenced-based behavior therapy and cognitive behavior therapy to a diverse population suffering from a myriad of psychological difficulties, including generalized anxiety, high school anxiety issues, college adjustment issues, depression, relationship issues, ADHD, PTSD, adjustment issues, crisis intervention, memory issues, pain management, and grief. Her clients are at all different points in the age spectrum, ranging from children to geriatric. She has worked with clients in a variety of settings, starting in medical offices, school, and hospital settings as part of a multi-disciplinary team, and culminating in her own private practice, which she established in 2004.
Dr. Silver’s primary goal is to work collaboratively with her clients to help minimize their psychological distress; thereby, allowing them to experience a more fulfilling lifestyle, more positive interpersonal relationships, and a general overall sense of psychological well-being.
Sr. Silver’s education includes: a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University in 1993; a Master of Science in School Psychology from Hofstra University in 1990; and a B.A. from State University of New York at Binghamton in 1998, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. She completed her school psychology internship at the Roslyn school district in Roslyn, NY and her clinical psychology internship at SUNY Farmingdale’s counseling center.