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
Janet Siegel, PsyD, CSP
Operating Director / Co-Owner
Jenny Greenbaum, LPC
Outpatient Department Director
Jenny is the Outpatient Department Director at MLTS and a Licensed Professional Counselor, holding a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. She specializes in treating pregnancy and postpartum, mood and anxiety, and trauma related disorders, all while maintaining a strong focus on empowerment. She uses holistic techniques that emphasize healing and helps clients activate problem solving. Her past experience includes providing treatment to people and groups of all ages and stages, including multi-systemic, domestic abuse, juvenile delinquency, and trauma coverage. She completed her Masters internship at The Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County where she conducted group and individual therapy for adults with PTSD and trauma disorders. Since leaving the nonprofit realm, her work has been focused on trauma and victims’ services, communication & growth mindset coaching, women’s issues, LGBTQ populations, and pregnant and postpartum conditions.
As the Outpatient Therapy Director, Jenny works hard to promote academic awareness and to provide clinical support for mental health issues. Jenny collaborates with area professionals and MLTS staff to create and promote programs that are current and support her community’s identified needs. She has constructed and offered empowerment and educational workshops to women and parents struggling with the diagnosis of a child, created and led art therapy and social skills groups for children and adolescents, and at MLTS, Jenny continues to stay focused on current events, provide support to the community, and bring energy to the therapeutic field.
Lisa Snitzer, MSS, LSW
Outpatient Department Director
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.
Jillian Altomare-Breuninger, LPC (Haverford & Narbeth)
Jillian is a Licensed Professional Counselor, working primarily with children, adolescents, couples and families. She received her Masters degree in Counseling from Arcadia University, with a concentration in Child and Family Therapy. Jillian strives to create a safe and trusting environment where individuals feel open to share their life experiences and interpersonal struggles. She embodies a strengths-based approach incorporating techniques from motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness / meditation. She has experience in family therapy, working with individuals suffering from anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, family issues, as well as trauma and stress related disorders.
Alexandria Brogan, LCSW (Lafayette Hill)
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.
Max Corchin, LPC (Haverford)
Max is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides therapy to teenagers, adults, and couples. He has been a therapist for over eight years. Prior to becoming a therapist, he worked in corporate and government finance. Many people who have worked with Max explain how they initially feel stuck, worried, sad, stressed, angry, scared, confused, and more when first considering therapy. Max believes that therapy is a focused conversation about change. He utilizes techniques from cognitive-behavioral, systemic, psychodynamic, motivational interviewing, humanistic existential, Gottman method, and other therapeutic theories to help people achieve their goals while maintaining a safe and trusting space. Max received his Master’s in Counseling Psychology at Temple University.
Monica DiLaurenzo, LPC (Haverford, Lafayette Hill & Malvern)
Monica has experience working with individuals and families of various ages and backgrounds. She received her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Immaculata University and has worked in a variety of settings including home, school, community and outpatient environments. Monica has experience supporting individuals with a wide range of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD / trauma, addiction, personality disorders, issues of gender identity and more. She incorporates techniques from motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, ecosystemic family therapy, mindfulness / meditation, etc.. Her passion is helping people gain insight and tools that foster personal growth and relief from their symptoms. Monica particularly values the mind-body-spirit connection and strives to work alongside her clients to achieve an individualized holistic treatment approach that promotes self-awareness and growth.
Kaitlyn Harkins, LPC (Haverford and Philadelphia)
Kaitlyn Harkins earned her Masters of Education in Counseling from The Pennsylvania State University. She has a national counseling certification and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Kaitlyn has experience working with adolescents, young adults and adults in a variety of settings including in the community, intensive outpatient programs, and universities. Kaitlyn has treated those with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, and adjustment issues. She incorporates a strengths-based approach and utilizes motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Kaitlyn received the unsung hero award from Caron Treatment Centers in 2018.
Mary Ingram, LMFT (Philadelphia)
Mary is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has psychotherapy experience that spans a breadth of issues, including family and relationship issues, depression, grief, life transitions, self-improvement, social justice issues, and anxiety. She has worked with couples, families, and individuals of diverse socioeconomic, racial, sexuality, and gender backgrounds. Mary received her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University, has extended training in Attachment Based Family Therapy, and is specialized in the Person of the Therapist model of clinical work, which builds clinicians who make authentic, human connections with clients. Mary is willing to get “down in the trenches” with clients, helping, guiding, and walking beside them through their struggles and successes. She strives to provide a balance of support and challenge, of insight and action, and of internal and external transformation. She believes that most people have the answers they need already; therapy is just a matter of discovering those answers together. Mary’s style of therapy is integrative, drawing from various models to tailor therapy to the needs and character of her clients.
Allison Keiter, LPC (Haverford & Philadelphia)
Allison is a clinician who is LPC, NCC eligible as of May 2021 and a certified school counselor in Pennsylvania. Allison graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education’s School and Mental Health Counseling program. She has prior experience in outpatient care, as well as elementary through higher education settings, where she worked with children, adolescents, and adults providing individual, family and group psychotherapy. An organizing principle of her therapeutic
approach is that therapy is not one-size-fits-all. She places an emphasis on creating a warm, non-judgmental, culturally inclusive environment that fosters a trusting relationship between therapist and client. Allison draws from several modalities in her practice including, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing, strengths-based psychotherapy, and mindfulness-based.
Monica Kretschman, MA, LPC (Lafayette Hill)
Monica received her Master’s degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from La Salle University. She has experience working with incarcerated individuals and those in the criminal justice system, eating disorders, substance use, depression, anxiety, trauma/ PTSD and with families. She utilizes concepts derived from cognitive behavioral theory, motivational interviewing and mindfulness. Monica works to create a safe environment to facilitate a strong relationship with her clients. She understands how difficult making changes can be, and is dedicated to helping her clients feel supported and secure.
Nina Makhija, LPC (Haverford & Philadelphia)
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.
Samantha Pich, LPC (Haverford & Lafayette Hill)
Laura Sukonick, LCSW (Haverford & Lafayette Hill)
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 (Haverford)
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.