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Cindy Southeast Silitsky LMFT

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General Office Hours

In Eastern Time

Mondayfrom 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM

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What does success look like in therapy? How will a client know that they are making progress?

Success can be difficult to measure if you are going to therapy as a couple or family, as sometimes one person views it as beneficial while another does not. As a therapist, I consider a case to be successful when change is happening. I continually ask clients for their assessment of how things are going, what is improving, what else needs to happen. I will point out areas of progress that I see improvement in. The client will know they are making progress because they will be able to see it come alive in their lives and relationships-they will be meeting their therapy goals.

If there was one thing you wish people knew about the therapy experience who might be hesitant to try it, what would that be?

The one thing I wish people knew about the therapy experience who might be hesitant to try it, would be that it actually works! People wait far too long to come in for assistance. While people would never try to fix their own broken leg and don't hesitate to turn to a professional for work on their home, they assume that they can "fix" their relationship problems on their own. A professional might be able to see patterns and interactional cycles that can be broken and increase your satisfaction in those relationships tremendously. You do not need to necessarily be at the point of hopelessness before seeking services: it is a sign of strength to reach out when you are struggling, not one of weakness.

What do you view as a key component of the therapeutic relationship?

There are many essential elements to a successful therapeutic relationship. You, the client, must feel understood and not judged. The therapist should be someone you view as competent, ethical, trustworthy, caring, and professional. If that is not your experience with a new therapist, do not give up on the therapy process altogether, as that person may not be a good fit for you, but there is almost certainly another therapist out there who will be!


Divorce & separation

Family issues

Marriage issues

General Expertise



Work Stress

Relationship Issues

Sexuality Based Issues

College & graduate student issues

Communication issues

Fertility Issues


First Session$130
Family Therapy$130
Individual Therapy$130
Marriage & Couples Counseling$130

Types of Therapy

Family Therapy

Individual Therapy

Marriage & Couples Counseling


Adults (25-65)

Treatment Approaches / Modalities

Strength Based Therapy

Family Systems Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapy

Relational Therapy

Training / Certifications

Graduate Certificate, Medical Family Therapy, Nova Southeastern University

Approved Supervisor, AAMFT

Certified Grief Counselor


  • Florida, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MT2054


Ph.D., Marriage & Family Therapy, Nova Southeastern University

MSW, Social Work, Barry University

B.S., Psychology, Florida Atlantic University

Work History

I earned a degree in psychology, followed by a masters degree in social work, and a Ph.D., in marriage and family therapy. I became licensed as a marriage and family therapist in 2004. Since that time, I have worked in private practice. Additionally, I taught full time as an Associate Professor for 18 years in a graduate counseling program, in addition to serving as the Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director. I currently teach part time online at Capella University. I have clinical experience in a variety of areas and have worked in other clinical contexts, such as Planned Parenthood, community mental health centers, university counseling clinics, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions About Cindy Silitsky, LMFT

It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Cindy Silitsky, LMFT, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.

Is Cindy Silitsky accepting new clients?

Yes, Cindy Silitsky is accepting new clients.

Does Cindy Silitsky accept insurance?

No, Cindy Silitsky does not accept insurance.

What types of therapy does Cindy Silitsky offer?

Cindy Silitsky offers therapy for couples, families and individuals.

Does Cindy Silitsky offer in-person appointments?

No, but people in Florida can book Cindy Silitsky for virtual appointments (teletherapy).

Does Cindy Silitsky offer online therapy?

Yes, Cindy Silitsky offers online therapy to people in Florida.

How quickly can I see Cindy Silitsky?

Cindy Silitsky typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current general office hours and request an appointment on their profile page.

What languages does Cindy Silitsky speak?

Cindy Silitsky conducts therapy sessions in English.

Can I book an appointment with Cindy Silitsky online?

Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Cindy Silitsky online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.

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