psychology

Sandy Silverman LPCC

I’m originally from northeast Ohio, where I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in 1981 and my Master’s Degree in 1986, in Clinical Psychology.

            I started my career as a therapist working at the Cleveland Free Clinic. After several years I had children and was a stay at home mother for 9 years.

Upon returning to work I was employed as a school psychologist and did this until I moved to Albuquerque in 2005. I worked in early intervention, while I got my licensure as an LPCC in New Mexico.

I have experience working with individuals, couples, parents, trauma, grieving, and loss, as well as families. I utilize traditional therapeutic styles, as well as holistic practice.

 I am trained a “Love &Logic” facilitator and have taught classes in the community since 2011.

This program utilizes a philosophy that allows children to make mistakes and learn from them, with the ability to set boundaries and enjoy your children and be in control.

Education: Cleveland State University, Ohio MA Clinical Psychology 1986

      Cleveland State University, Ohio BA Psychology 1981