• Strengths Planning for Building Recovery Capital

    For decades, addiction professionals have been providing screening and assessment instruments that evaluate problem severity, complexity, and chronicity, but offer little data on the internal and external resources individuals and families can mobilize in resolving such problems (White & Cloud, 2008).


  • Social Determinants of Health and Behavioral Health Challenges

    The behavioral health field is engaged in a movement to expand the conventional medical treatment model of care that emphasizes diagnosis and subsequent treatment to the more comprehensive and inclusive model of population health. Improving “the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group” (Kindig & Stoddard, 2003) is the critical focus of the population health model.


Kacy  Silverstein

Kacy has 10 years experience in body-centered psychotherapy and joined ILC as Director of Business Development. Kacy’s approach to business development is strongly influenced by her clinical work with individuals impacted by addiction, trauma, and other life stressors. She received both a BA in Anthropology and a MEd in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University and has completed almost 10 years of advanced training in body-centered psychotherapy, mindfulness based practices, and the treatment of trauma. As a trainer and consultant, Kacy has taught extensively on such topics as transpersonal psychology, the impact of trauma on victims of sexual and domestic violence, and trauma-informed care for girls and women.