About Silver Lining Behavioral Health

Based on over forty combined years in healthcare, Silver Lining’s founders created Silver Lining Behavioral Health with a vision to blend mental health and healthcare. Our clinical team is skilled in providing psychotherapy services. As needed, our clinicians can liaise between patients’ healthcare providers, families, and other multidisciplinary healthcare professionals. As a team, Silver Lining Behavioral Health staff also serves as a resource for community services and healthcare navigation.

Eugene Roginsky, LCSW

Eugene Roginsky, CEO and Co-Founder, has worked in all mental health areas, including outpatient psychotherapy, geriatric inpatient psychiatry, intensive outpatient programming, group therapy, and outpatient counseling with individuals, couples, and families since 1995. Eugene’s healthcare experience expands to working in hospice, post-acute at-home care, and case management. He is a keynote speaker at healthcare and mental health conferences, author, and wellness educator. Eugene also conducts regular continuing education training workshops for nurses (RNs), social workers (LCSWs), and licensed nursing home administrators (LNHAs).

“One of our major goals is to serve as a direct extension of primary care while addressing the behavioral health needs of our clients.”

Jane Shekman, Principal and Co-Founder of Silver Lining Behavioral Health with over 28 years of experience in healthcare industry. Jane is a healthcare executive and an entrepreneur with years of experience managing award-winning, 5 Star Medicare Ranked post-acute care services organizations. She holds a master’s degree in health administration (MHA) from the USC Sol Price School of Public policy and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). Jane co-founded and scaled a top 100 Home Health and Homecare agency in the country. She is a keynote speaker at national healthcare conferences and a healthcare consultant. Over several decades Jane has worked with all healthcare networks, over 150 physicians’ groups, and dozens of Rehabilitation Centers. She hopes to combine the medical model with behavioral health.

In her free time, she enjoys playing golf, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.

“We are not reinventing the basic principles of psychotherapy. We will offer professional, integrative psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, families, seniors, and employers. As needed, we aim to work alongside primary care providers to ensure efficient and long-lasting mental health results. Helping patients is a team effort.