Dr. Silverman offers insight-oriented psychotherapy. This is a longer term option with less structure than cognitive behavioral therapy. He also enjoys therapy that is transpersonal in nature and if the patient is interested, discussing psychospiritual issues. His approach to medicine is holistic and integrative in nature.

He has traveled to and worked in many areas of the country including New York City, New Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii among others, working with people of various backgrounds. Dr. Silverman’s primary focus is to work with individuals and groups through incorporating a more holistic approach to treatment thereby optimizing a positive outcome.

Dr. Silverman is Board Certified in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry and has been practicing for over thirty years. He completed his medical training at Tel Aviv University in Israel. After completion of his medical training, Dr. Silverman went on to complete two years of Residency Training in Pediatrics at The Brookdale Hospital Medical Center and an additional two years of Residency Training in Adult Psychiatry at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. He also completed Fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center/New York State Psychiatric Institute where he served as Chief Fellow in his final year.

To further his holistic approach, Dr. Silverman graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York in 2019 and completed the Chef’s Diploma at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City in 2012. Through these experiences, Dr. Silverman has learned innovative coaching methods, practical lifestyle management techniques and dietary theories.

Dr. Silverman’s education has equipped him with extensive, cutting-edge knowledge in psychiatry as well as in health and wellness prevention. Drawing on his expertise, he treats clients with talk therapy, medication management when indicated and by supporting clients in making lifestyle changes and choosing health-promoting strategies that produce sustained results.