Supervised Interns

Christine Gale, MA, PsyD Intern

Charles Scott, LPC Intern

Kassandra Villone, MA, PsyD Intern

While completing his internship at MLTS, Charles works as a behavioral aid at Upper Merion Middle School.  He also has an extensive background working for 8 years in a psychology practice getting clinical experience working with adults and adolescents working as a biofeedback clinican. He attended Shippensburg University on a Football scholarship where he received his undergraduate degree in Sociology and is now completing 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.

MLTS is dedicated to helping students pursue their goals 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 therpeutic approaches in order to meet the varied needs of their clients.  MLTS places a strong emphasis in providing good, quality care, yet still strives to offer these services at affordable rates.  Only our most experienced, licensed clinicians supervise our interns to ensure clients are still receiving the same standard of excellence our clients have come to expect from our practice. Services provided by interns are not reimbursed through insurance, but we do offer their services at a reduced, sliding scale fee that's based on their level of experience and amount of supervised hours.

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 has agreed to stay on a few hours per week so she can continue to provide services to clients at a reduced fee.  Her work continues to be supervised by one of our most experienced, licensed clinicians.

Christine is completing her 5th year of training in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (PsyD) at Widener University.  She has a M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Widener University and has completed a school psychology certification track.  Her previous clinical experience includes providing individual therapy at a college counseling center, conducting psychoeducational evaluations in a high school, providing consultation and individual therapy in an integrated primary care setting, working with individuals and groups on an inpatient psychiatric unit, and working one-on-one with children with behavioral and mental health concerns as a therapeutic staff support in the community.  Her professional interests include anxiety, depression and mood disorders, relationship issues, coping with chronic and acute health conditions, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents.  Christine receives two hours of direct supervision per week from an experienced, licenced Psychologist as well as attends a group supervision with other licensed clinicians with a variety of clinical backgrounds.  Christine also has access to additional case consultation as needed or requested.  She works with all age groups. 

(Haverford and Philadelphia Offices)

(Haverford and Philadelphia Offices

(Haverford and Lafayette Hill Offices)