UNCOVERY COLLECTIVE HONORED TO SERVE THE MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF TRUCKEE
The Uncovery Collective, a boutique therapy center located in Truckee, launched in March 2022. Currently, the collective is comprised of three therapists, Kristin Slye, Jaye Weber, and Shelby Singer with offices located at Martis Village, just across from the Truckee River Regional Park. The name, Uncovery, alludes to an exploration of the self, not simply going back in time to heal past trauma or grieve what was lost, but a simultaneous journey forward to find the strength, beauty, and resilience inside each human. Uncovery is an invitation to reveal what’s within.
“It has been an honor to serve the community of Truckee since opening our doors over a year ago and we are excited to be even more involved in the community through our membership in the Truckee Chamber of Commerce. We are passionate about walking alongside each of our clients in their journeys towards healing. We like to think of ourselves as mountain guides for the soul,” said Kristin Slye, Founder of Uncovery.
Kristin Slye is a licensed therapist (LMFT #131189) and the only Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT #2129) in the Sierra Nevadas. She specializes in working with youth, from toddlers to teens, using a mix of expressive arts, play, eco, and depth therapies all with a person-centered approach. She specializes in anxiety, depression, and trauma. Kristin also offers caregiver coaching for behavioral challenges.
Jaye Weber has been in practice since 2011 and is licensed (LMFT #95777). She uses a combination of person-centered, narrative, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused CBT, and ccceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). She also likes to incorporate nature-based interventions whenever possible. Jaye works with both youth and adults but has a special passion for working with new moms.
Shelby Singer has over 20 years of experience working in mental health. Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW# 104204), Shelby is also the Clinical Manager for the Whole Hearts Minds and Bodies Program at Gateway Mountain Center. Shelby uses use an integrated, person-centered approach that includes cognitive modalities, solution-focused therapy, family systems, and mindfulness techniques. She has a passion for working with new moms as well as families of special needs.
Due to demand in the North Tahoe area, all three Uncovery therapists are currently full, but prospective clients can always inquire about waiting list status. To increase reach and accommodate the community’s high need for mental health services, Uncovery will be offering groups over the summer for unique needs such as parenting skills, eating disorders, and new mom support. Please check the events page at uncoverycollective.com for announcements and dates.
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