Main Line Therapy Solutions, LLC
For Information About Our Psychoeducation, Neuropsychological and ADHD Evaluations, Please Call Our
Assessment Division at 610-649-1119
Meet Our Assessment Team
Lucia Dwyer, PhD
Lucia Dwyer is a licensed Psychologist, nationally-certified School Psychologist (NCSP), and PA certified School Psychologist. She completed her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Educational Psychology with a focus in school psychology at the University of Georgia. Lucia provides comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for students experiencing academic or emotional concerns within the school setting or for the purpose of identifying learning strengths and weaknesses. Lucia previously served as an assistant professor and taught coursework in counseling theory and assessment. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, and the National Association of School Psychologists.
Rachel Hodas, PhD
Rachel Hodas is a nationally-certified School Psychologist and a licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania. She holds a PhD in School Psychology from Temple University and a BA in Psychology and Elementary Urban Education from the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of her full-time role as the founding School Psychologist of Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, Rachel teaches both assessment and law/ethics courses as an adjunct professor in Temple’s School Psychology and Counseling Psychology graduate programs. In her assessment practice, Rachel completes psychoeducational evaluations to help students and families better understand the different factors that impact learning. Rachel uses a strengths-based approach to help students find ways to use their strengths to overcome challenges, partnering with families to find solutions that match their unique circumstances and goals.
Gregory Naylor, PhD
Dr. Naylor is a Pennsylvania Certified School Psychologist who, in addition to providing assessments to clients of Main Line Therapy Solutions, works with the Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) as well as with a number of local Cyber Charter Schools. After undergraduate studies at The Pennsylvania State University and then completing his PhD from Temple University’s School Psychology program in 2013, Greg began work with the DCIU. Greg has been involved in programs that support nonpublic schools throughout Delaware County. Clients served in this role have ranged from those on elite academic scholarships in college prep settings to students with multiple disabilities requiring life-skills supports and multi-agency coordination. Greg has also spent time teaching and tutoring at the high school level and has particular expertise in helping others to develop advanced reading and writing skills. Greg’s approach to assessment includes measuring areas of skill and need within students as well as understanding the psychological and social factors that contribute to a full picture of the student as a learner and person.