Main Line Therapy Solutions, LLC
Meet Our Clinicians
To the clinicians at MLTS, nothing is more important than helping our clients access the services they need. All of our clinicians are highly trained in their disciplines and have various areas of expertise to meet our clients’ goals and unique needs. Our bios below will help you to better understand who might be the best match for you. Additionally, one of our directors will happily suggest who might be the best fit.
Anna G. Lipshutz, MSS, LCSW
Managing Director / Co-Owner
(Haverford & Telehealth)
Janet Siegel, PsyD, CSP
Operating Director / Co-Owner
(Lafayette Hill &Telehealth)
Katie Wenger, LCSW
Outpatient Department Director
(Telehealth appointments only)
Katie is the Outpatient Department Director at MLTS and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Katie is invested in seeing clients reach their goals, find peace internally, and advocate for their needs throughout life.
She attended Penn State University where she majored in Psychology and minored in Human Development and Family Studies. Attending Temple University where she received a Master’s of Social Work degree, she learned further a broad perspective of the human experience and needs of individuals, couples and families and how to best support them. Shortly after, she earned her Clinical license and began working in the field of individual and couple’s therapy. She has been helping individuals heal and grow ever since.
For the past 20 years, Katie has worked with individuals and couples to decrease anxiety, blend different personality characteristics, and enhance relationships. She works with adults, pre-teens (ages 11 and up), and teenagers.
Lisa Snitzer, MSS, LSW
Outpatient Department Director
(Haverford & Telehealth)
Lisa is the Outpatient Department Director at MLTS and a Licensed Social Worker. Lisa brings warmth, curiosity and caring to all of her work. As a therapist, she strives to create a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for clients to work on their identified goals and to move towards living the life they want. She believes deeply in the power to grow and change, no matter what the circumstances. She also holds a core belief in our human capacity for resilience and in the process of recovery.
Lisa earned her graduate Social Work degree from Bryn Mawr School of Social Services. She has received training and provided years of practice utilizing relational, systems, trauma informed and psychodynamic frameworks.
She is a licensed social worker with over 25 years’ experience working as an individual, couples and family psychotherapist as well holding a variety of leadership positions in the nonprofit human service field. Lisa has provided leadership and direct operations management in a variety of programs, services, and settings, including clinical programs, juvenile justice residential settings, and family and peer support focused programs. She is also a certified leadership trainer and leadership coach.
Her psychotherapy experience spans a wide range of issues, including grief & loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, and life transitions. She has worked extensively with individuals of diverse socioeconomic, racial and sexuality backgrounds and is a committed ally to BIPOC and LGBTQ+ individuals and communities.
Lisa believes that therapists and clients are partners in the healing journey, and while she has many years of experience and training to offer, the therapeutic process is a collaboration that is driven by the client’s needs and goals. She welcomes the opportunity to join with and work beside her clients.
Alexandria Brogan, LCSW (Haverford)
Alex is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, providing therapy to children, adolescents, and their families. She received her Masters in Social Work from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and has spent time in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania providing intensive, in-home therapy services to families. Alex also has experience providing school based and outpatient therapy services to children and adolescents with significant social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. Alex utilizes a trauma-informed perspective and a strengths-based approach to empower and instill hope in her clients. Her experience includes working with individuals who present with a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, behavioral concerns, low self-esteem, peer conflict, trauma and family challenges.
Rachelle Kadoch, LPC (Haverford & Lafayette Hill)
Rachelle Kadoch is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 13 years of experience in the mental and behavioral health fields. Rachelle received a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Rosemont College. She is board certified nationally through the NBCC and holds membership in the National Association of Mental Illness and the American Counseling Association. Rachelle received extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy through The Beck Institute and is certified in both Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy through MUSC.
Most of Rachelle’s experience has been utilizing creative-based interventions for social skills development and behavioral management techniques with children and adolescents. Rachelle also uses meditative and mindfulness-based relaxation techniques in working with clients of all ages struggling with anxiety, substance abuse, and mood disorders. Rachelle’s most recent passion is a holistic approach of treating the whole being, mind, body, and soul for ideal wellness. She loves to learn and is currently gaining knowledge through a course on herbal healing methods.
Amy Kesslick, MT-BC, LPC (Haverford)
Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC). She earned her Master’s in Music Therapy & Counseling in 2016 from Drexel University and received her Board-Certification in Music Therapy in 2008. Amy has over 14 years of clinical experience working with a diverse population in a variety of settings. She is passionate about people and guiding them towards wholeness of self and overall wellbeing.
For the last five years, Amy worked with individuals and families across the lifespan in community mental health. At Eleventh Street Family Health Services Center, she provided trauma-informed psychotherapy and clinical supervision. Amy’s clinical specializations include trauma-related disorders, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, chronic illness and pain, and life transitions.
Amy incorporates a variety of psychological frameworks including person-centered, culturally responsive and trauma-informed. Her style of practice can be described as compassionate, empathetic and intuitive. Amy instinctively understands that finding the words to describe thoughts, feelings, and painful memories is sometimes challenging; she incorporates the use of music and mindfulness techniques to create a safe environment for exploration and expression.
Amy has a two-year postgraduate training in Vocal Psychotherapy and Depth Psychology (the analytical use of music and voice to facilitate interpersonal change and growth). She plays the guitar, piano, cello and sings. Amy is committed to learning how she benefits from systems of oppression, how they affect the people she works with, and how this impacts the therapy process.
Sabrina Kirk, LPC (Haverford)
Sabrina earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology at Immaculata University and began her post graduate work at Child Guidance Resource Centers. Sabrina gained additional skills at Spectra Support Services supporting various clients across the lifespan including many individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities. Sabrina has also enjoyed providing sessions for parents/guardians in order to assist them in supporting their child’s growth and development. Sabrina has training in various treatment approaches including a Certificate in Advanced Child Development at the Family Play Therapy Center. Sabrina is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and MARI (Mandala Assessment Research Instrument). Sabrina incorporates cognitive behavioral interventions, creative arts, mindfulness techniques, and various trauma informed approaches into psychotherapy sessions. Sabrina strongly emphasizes providing a collaborative environment and safe space in order to meet each client’s treatment needs. Sabrina is excited to join the MLTS team!
Debbie Kulp, LPC (Telehealth)
Debbie Kulp is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 25 years of experience working with adults and couples. She received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University as well as a Certification in School Counseling from Rosemont College.
Debbie helps individuals challenged by anxiety, depression and adjustment to life transitions find a healthier way to live. Identifying skills to use during these challenges is a focus in sessions. Some of the life transitions that Debbie successfully addresses with clients include: navigating divorce, the loss of a loved one, and redefining retirement. She is in-network with Medicare and has immediate openings!
Her approach is to create a non-judgmental, safe environment so that a connected relationship can be established as she believes that a trusting rapport with clients is the most important element in promoting progress. Debbie’s therapeutic orientation draws on techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Solution Focused Therapy. The end result is clients leading more fulfilling and productive lives and finding a sense of empowerment and well being.
Nina Makhija, LPC (Telehealth appointments only)
Nina Makhija is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a graduate of Drexel University and has been working as a therapist for over 15 years.
Nina has helped past clients navigate through anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and relationship issues. She uses an integrative approach to help clients identify their goals and make steps towards reaching them.
She has worked with a diverse clientele and has experience working with cultural and racial identity in therapy. She works to be an ally to the LGBTQ community. Nina has also worked with clients struggling with chronic pain and medical issues and believes that physical wellbeing and mental wellbeing are strongly related. She believes that growth does not have to be a painful process and integrates creativity and humor in therapy when appropriate. She is also trained as an art therapist.
Nina works with children, adolescents, adults and couples.
Jeannette Moore, LCSW (Telehealth appointments only)
Jeannette Is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing therapy to adults, seniors, and their families. Jeannette received her master’s degree from Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work and Social Research. She is currently working on a certificate in psychoanalysis through Bryn Mawr and The Pennsylvania Society for Clinical Social Work.
Jeannette has experience helping clients who have dealt with trauma, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, life transitions, and addiction. Making changes is not always easy and often life can feel overwhelming with obstacles that seem insurmountable, often leading to stress, anxiety, and depression. Jeannette’s goal is to create a safe environment where clients feel seen and supported while navigating these challenges. She believes in a holistic approach where she can help her clients explore both internal and external sources of strength and growth.
Taylor Phillips, LPC (Haverford & Telehealth)
Taylor earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides therapy to adolescents, young adults and their families. She has experience treating clients with anxiety, depression, negative body image, life transitions, grief/loss, substance abuse, low self-esteem and trauma.
Taylor utilizes motivational interviewing and person-centered therapy to ensure that clients feel empowered to create change in their lives. She incorporates techniques from multiple modalities including cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and art therapy.
Alexandra Roscigno, PsyD (Haverford & Telehealth)
Alexandra received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Long Island University-Post and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at MLTS. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, community mental health centers, and college counseling centers.
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. She incorporates aspects of psychodynamic, cognitive, and acceptance-based approaches in her work with clients, tailoring treatment to each client’s needs and preferences for therapy. Alexandra appreciates the opportunities she’s had to complete her training with clients of diverse backgrounds with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and gender identity. She strives to honor the multifaceted nature of each client’s identity. Alexandra has experience working with a variety of concerns including anxiety and mood disorders, relationship and identity issues, personality disorders, trauma, psychosis, and eating/body image concerns. She has a special interest in working with college students and young adults.
Lisa Schneller, LCSW (Haverford & Telehealth)
Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who provides therapy to individuals, couples, and families. Her belief is to meet the client where they are in an empathetic and caring environment.
Lisa’s areas of expertise include anxiety, parent-child relationships, substance misuse, codependency, life transitions, and women’s issues. Over the past two decades, Lisa has gained extensive experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults, using a person-centered and strengths-based approach and aims to connect with and empower her clients to live into their potential. Her social work career includes counseling work in elementary and middle schools, individual, family and group therapy in a community-based setting and Intensive outpatient therapy for women in treatment for substance misuse, providing additional support for parents whose children were in the treatment program. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Fordham University and a specialization in working with children and families.
Lisa believes that everyone in the family system needs support and compassion. Lisa is a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Social Workers and the National Association of Social Workers. She enjoys quilting, embroidery, music and spending time with her friends and family.
Katrina Selverian, PhD (Lafayette Hill & Telehealth)
Katrina is a licensed psychologist, having completed her doctorate at Fordham University and her postdoctoral fellowship at MLTS. She has worked in multiple settings including outpatient psychiatry, community mental health, and college counseling centers. She practices primarily from a psychodynamic and relational perspective, with a multicultural lens. She believes that a strong and safe relationship is necessary for therapy to be impactful, and she focuses on authenticity, compassion, empathy, and collaboration with her clients.
Katrina earned a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, which created a foundation for her social justice-oriented approach to therapy. She works with individuals focused on self-esteem, multicultural or bicultural identity, attachment-related and familial concerns, trauma, intergenerational trauma, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ identities, anxiety, and depression.
Laura Sukonick, LCSW (Telehealth appointments only)
Laura’s treatment approach is to provide compassion and respect for the coping systems with which people respond to pain. She has worked extensively with people who struggle with anxiety and depression, as well as with eating disorders, mood disorders, and addiction. Laura helps people gain insight into their behavioral patterns by learning what uncomfortable experiences they consistently try to repress. She then assists them in understanding the consequences of their avoidance mechanisms. Partnering with her clients, Laura shifts focus from avoidance and distraction tactics to tolerance skills and advocacy work. Laura operates from a family systems perspective that has been cultivated by her vast experience providing family therapy and couples counseling. A self-expression enthusiast, Laura encourages people to communicate with ownership, authenticity, and openness to build connections with others. Laura obtained her graduate degree from Bryn Mawr School of Social Services with a concentration in clinical work.
Debbie Tannenbaum, NCC, LPC (Telehealth appointments only)
Debbie is a Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and Certified School Counselor. She received her Masters degree in counseling from the University of Vermont, with a concentration in School and Mental Health Counseling. Debbie has over 15 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Debbie primarily utilizes a family systems and cognitive-behavioral perspective to work with her clients. She also incorporates techniques from motivational interviewing, play therapy, expressive art therapy, and others to address a variety of issues such as anxiety, trauma, depression, low self-esteem, behavioral concerns, ADD/ADHD, ODD, grief, anger management, parenting, and interpersonal struggles. Debbie is passionate about helping people to increase self-awareness and develop strategies that can help them experience lasting symptom-relief and to change patterns that are no longer working. Most essentially, she values the importance of offering a comfortable therapeutic environment that encourages individuals and families to feel safe expressing themselves, gain insight, and experiment with new ways of understanding and responding to their current life stressors.
Jill Urban, M.Ed., LPC (Telehealth appointments only)
Jill is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from William Paterson University of New Jersey. She provides therapy primarily to adults, young adults, as well as adolescents of various ages and backgrounds. Throughout her career, Jill has provided therapy in school counseling offices, community mental health centers, and outpatient settings. She has experience supporting individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, adjustment disorder, bipolar disorder, grief, trauma and more. Jill is a clinician who supports and advocates for LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC individuals.
Jill believes that therapy is a collaborative process and helps clients increase their self-awareness through exploring strengths, thoughts, and behaviors. She utilizes several different therapeutic approaches including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Person-Centered Therapy and Mindfulness Practice to help clients effectively achieve their long-term goals.
Kassandra Villone, MA, PsyD (Telehealth appointments only)
Dr. Villone’s approach to therapy is insight-oriented – she helps people to understand their symptoms
through exploration of contributing factors including genetics, social context, trauma, and relational
patterns. She works from a perspective of open-mindedness, curiosity, and compassion. She appreciates
that people’s value systems differ and that the best therapy is the therapy shaped by the client’s beliefs and
values. She has experience working with people from a variety of identities – different socioeconomic
statuses, races, religions, gender identities, sexualities, etc. – and recognizes the impact of systemic
Dr. Villone has been seeing clients at MLTS since 2018 when she started on a part-time basis as a third
year graduate student. She earned her doctorate from Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical
Psychology in July 2021 after defending her dissertation outlining the process of incorporating the topic
of female sexuality into psychotherapy. She is now completing her postdoctoral work with MLTS. She
sees adults and older adolescents, addressing diagnoses such as mood and bipolar disorders, anxiety
disorders, PTSD and trauma disorders, and adult ADHD. She also facilitates support groups for young
people who wish to have a safe space to explore their identities.
Natalie Weaver, LCSW (Lafayette Hill & Telehealth)
Natalie Weaver is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania.
Natalie received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Temple University and a
Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of
Connecticut. Natalie has spent the last 7 years working with children and teens within
behavioral healthcare environments as well as providing outpatient care to children,
teens and adults.
Natalie is passionate about her role in helping others and improving their ability to see
their own potential. She has experience treating a variety of areas, including anxiety,
behavioral problems, trauma symptoms, relationship problems, Autism and life
transitions. Through a person-centered, holistic approach to therapy, Natalie hopes to
ensure that the individual is the expert in their treatment in their journey toward self-
discovery. Natalie provides an adaptable approach to therapy, catered to the
individual’s unique needs and goal, with influences from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,
Mindfulness and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Natalie engages individuals through creating an empathetic and strengths-based
environment. She believes that a strong foundation in the therapeutic relationship is
essential to acceptance and healing.
By joining Natalie, she hopes that you will begin a
meaningful experience to achieve the growth and insight that you desire.