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Latrice Peoples provides a collabortaive approach that is warm, supportive, and safe for patients who are suffering from negative and harmful thoughts of suicide. As a licensed clinical psychologist, she helps patients discover the root of their emotions which cause harmful thoughts and visions. Dr. Peoples treats her patients using a strengths-based approach that encourages them to acknowledge their strong and positive qualities as a way of making progress towards a healthier mindset. She is clinically trained to assess and evaluate patients of all ages who suffer from depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions that may contribute to suicidal thoughts.
Jessica Masbaum believes that individuals who are suffering from their inner thoughts are not only capable of healing, but achieving a life that is full of mental and physical health and happiness. She is passionate about understanding and unwinding the link between trauma, mood disorders, addictions, and their impact on harmful thoughts of suicide. Jessica provides a therapeutic setting that is unbiased, supportive, and collaborative as a means of creating safety and trust within the space. She is experienced in working with not only individuals who struggle with suicidal thoughts, but their partners and family members who may also be affected.
Abby Levin seeks to help individuals overcome feelings of stress and negativity that may be causing thoughts or actions of suicide. She assists in deriving a plan of action to recover from darkness by teaching the coping skills needed to live a meaningful life. Abby specializes in treating clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, life transitions, eating disorders, and relationship challenges. She understands that negative, harmful, and suicidal thoughts can be rooted in the stress associated with these conditions. Abby treats a patient’s negative correlating thoughts and behaviors with an integrative approach that is based in both the holistic and evidence-based techniques of CBT, DBT, and ACT.