Post Grads & Interns
Main Line Therapy Solutions, LLC
SUPERVISED POST-GRADUATES, INTERNS, & PRACTICUM STUDENTS
MLTS is dedicated to helping and preparing pre-licensed clinicians and graduate students to become experienced and qualified independent clinicians. Through providing them with supervised experience, we help to ensure that they become competent, well-qualified clinicians that are able to learn and utilize a multitude of therapeutic approaches in order to meet the varied needs of their clients. MLTS places a strong emphasis on providing solid, quality care to all clients so only our most experienced and 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 such services at a reduced fee based on the clinician’s 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.
Jeanette Herrington, Clinical Social Work Intern - Haverford
Jeanette Herrington is currently a Master of Social Work candidate at Temple University. She works with clients of all ages with various presenting issues, with a particular emphasis on anxiety and depression in the context of trauma and adversity. Jeanette also has a strong interest in working with LGBTQ+ adolescents/adult community. Prior to her graduate training, Jeanette worked for many years in residential homes and schools counseling adolescents and young adults who experience significant life challenges. She has also worked with women in transition as a mentor with the Center Foundation in Media, PA. Jeanette identifies strongly with the National Association of Social Work code of ethics, in that social justice and inclusivity are central to treatment. Her therapeutic approach emphasizes emotion-focused coping, interpersonal processes and skill development, and pragmatic strategies for navigating adversity and complex life circumstances. Jeanette’s strengths-based approach seeks to help clients find their personal power to achieve their life goals.
Gwenn Prinbeck, Clinical Social Work Intern - Haverford
Gwenn is a graduate student of Bryn Mawr College School of Social Services and Social Research in their clinical track program completing her 2022-23 clinical internship at Main Line Therapy Solutions.
Gwenn works with individuals, couples, and groups with a wide range of presenting symptoms and desires for themselves. Gwenn embraces and supports the importance of people’s self-identification and welcomes working with LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC individuals. Pulling from a range of experiential, structural and strategic approaches to therapy, Gwenn’s approach is collaborative and compassionate. Gwenn trusts that growth and strength can be outcomes of adversity and seeks to help clients identify what they want from themselves and what internal and collective resources are needed to move forward.
Although new to the world of social work and clinical therapy, Gwenn has served for over eight years as a certified Professional Life Coach in her own entrepreneurial business. Focusing on helping caregivers take better care of themselves, Gwenn helps people create lives that are more sustainable, satisfying, and aligned with their inner sense of self.
Alexandra Roscigno, M.S., MS, Psy.D., Postdoctoral Fellow - Haverford
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. Charles has an extensive background in biofeedback, working for 8 years in a psychology practice with adults and adolescents as a biofeedback clinician. He attended Shippensburg University on a Football scholarship where he received his undergraduate degree in Sociology, and went on to complete 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 lifestyle that promotes both mental and physical well-being.
Katrina Selverian, PhD, MSW - Lafayette Hill
Katrina received her doctorate in psychology from Fordham University and is completing 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. 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 believes that a strong and safe relationship is necessary for meaningful therapeutic work, and she focuses on authenticity and collaboration with her clients. Katrina’s clinical interests include multicultural counseling, bicultural identity, attachment-related and familial concerns, trauma, intergenerational trauma, anxiety, and depression.
Kassandra Villone, MA, MA, Psy.D., Postdoctoral Fellow - Haverford
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.
Emily Zubriski, B.B.A., Clinical Psychology Graduate Student - Haverford
Emily works with clients of all ages with a wide variety of presenting issues. Emily utilizes a strengths-based, person-centered approach to therapy. She loves to empower clients and is passionate about creating a safe space to process emotions. Her clinical practice is founded in trauma-informed and social- and racial justice-informed approaches to treatment.
After many years as a corporate accountant, Emily recently returned to school to pursue her Master’s Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology at Chestnut Hill College, where she is in her second year. Prior to joining MLTS, Emily worked as a program support specialist for an adolescent eating disorder partial hospitalization program. In addition to her internship, Emily works as a crisis counselor to support victims of domestic violence at the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County.