Post Grads & Interns
Main Line Therapy Solutions, LLC
SUPERVISED POST GRADUATES AND INTERNS
MLTS is dedicated to helping and preparing pre-licensed clinicians and graduate students pursue their goal in becoming experienced clinicians. We like to play our part in ensuring that they become competant, well qualified clinicians that are able to learn and utilize various therapeutic approaches in order to meet the varied needs of their clients. MLTS places a strong emphasis in providing good, quality care so only our most experienced, senior licensed clinicians supervise our post graduates and interns to ensure clients are still receiving the same standard of excellence our clients have come to expect from our practice. Services provided by pre-licensed clinicians and interns are not reimbursed through insurance, but we do offer their services at a reduced fee that’s based on their level of experience and amount of weekly supervised hours. All of our post graduates and students have had several years of previous mental health experience prior to joining our practice.
Kristin Page, M.S. Ed Candidate (Haverford)
Kristin is completing her second year at University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education in School and Mental Health Counseling. She has completed an internship at The Lincoln Center Academy leading groups and individual therapy for teenagers, ages 13-18.
Kristin has an undergraduate degree in psychology, a graduate degree in design. She is on faculty at Clearlight Meditation Institute, Facilitates Mindfulness Programs for Minding Your Mind, and brings over a decade of teaching mindfulness and yoga to a wide variety of individuals from elementary school to large corporations. Working from a relational perspective, Kristin meets people where they are, through compassion and curiosity. She incorporates deep listening and mindfulness techniques to help people deal with their everyday lives, and to find their way. Kristin works with teenagers, young adults, couples, and families.
Alexandra E. Roscigno, M.S., PsyD (Lafayette Hill & Philadelphia)
Alexandra received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Long Island University-Post and is completing her postdoctoral fellowship. She has previously worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, community mental health centers, and college counseling centers. Alexandra most frequently utilizes psychodynamic, cognitive, and acceptance-based approaches in her work with clients. She appreciates the opportunities she had to complete her training with clients of diverse backgrounds and cultures, and strives to honor the complexity of each individual. In addition, Alexandra believes it is crucial to create a secure, warm environment in which clients feel comfortable speaking about the difficult issues that have led them to seek treatment. Alexandra works with a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, mood disorders, relationship and identity concerns, trauma, and eating/body image concerns.
Charles Scott, MA, PC (Haverford)
While completing his internship at MLTS, Charles worked as a behavioral aid at Upper Merion Middle School. After completing his internship he joined MLTS full-time. He has an extensive background in biofeedback working for 8 years in a psychology practice working with adults and adolescents as a biofeedback clinican. He attended Shippensburg University on a Football scholarship where he received his undergraduate degree in Sociology and completed his master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College. Charles uses a solution focused approach while incorporating cognitive behavioral strategies, relaxation / breathing exercises and mindfulness meditation tools. Charles remains active in various sports and brings this additional knowledge to work with individuals around sports performance issues and in helping others learn how to balance and maintain a healthy life style that promotes both mental and physical well-being.
Kassandra Villone, MA, PsyD Intern (Haverford and Philadelphia)
Kassandra is a graduate student in her fourth year at Widener University working toward her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Her specialties include female and LGBTQ sexuality as well as community mental health. Kassandra works from a relational perspective, helping people to find their way with compassion and curiosity. Kassandra began her internship at MLTS in July 2018, but at our request she agreed to stay on so she can continue to provide services to clients at a reduced fee. Her work continues to be supervised by one of our senior, licensed clinicians.