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.
Annie Allen, Intern (Lafayette Hill & Telehealth)
Annie Allen is a clinical social work intern at MLTS and is completing training at Bryn Mawr College’s School of Social Work and Social Research. Annie brings a warm and collaborative approach to helping clients gain insight into their challenges and strengths and develop new resources for moving toward the life they seek. She has experience working with adults, adolescents, and groups. Prior to training in clinical social work, Annie earned a Ph.D. in Education focusing on learning and human development and she has worked for many years as a teacher and researcher in universities. She also has a background in mindfulness practice and is a Certified Teacher of the Mindful Self-Compassion program developed by Dr. Kristen Neff and Dr. Chris Germer.
Madailein Hart, Intern (Haverford & Telehealth)
Madailein Hart is currently a second-year graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania getting her masters in School and Mental Health Counseling. Before coming to MLTS, Madailein worked in an elementary/middle school in the counseling department, mentoring students and running group sessions. During her studies, she has been learning about trauma-based care, multicultural theory, and human development, among other courses. While still finding her orientation, Madailein tends to use person-centered and cognitive behavioral therapy when working with clients. Madailein works to create a safe and welcoming space for all that come through her door.
Gwenn Prinbeck, PCC, MS, MSS, LSW (Haverford & Telehealth)
After almost a decade of building her own business to support people as a life coach, Gwenn returned to graduate school to broaden her ability to support resilience and possibility in all people. She completed her graduate work at Bryn Mawr College, School of Social Work and Social Research and is now a licensed social worker and ICF certified professional life coach.
As a social work clinician, Gwenn brings warmth and curiosity to help her clients discover what they need to best support their growth and healing specifically attending to each client’s goals and hopes for themselves. Gwenn brings a trauma-informed lens and an attention to the impacts of social injustice to her practice. She enjoys working with individuals, youth and their families, and groups. Gwenn values being engaged and connected to her clients and employs a myriad of evidence-based interventions that include cognitive-behavioral, positive psychology, mindfulness, solution-focused, and family systems approaches. Gwenn has experience working with people experiencing anxiety, depression, learning differences, mood disorders, relational conflict, and low self-esteem.
Charles Scott, MA, PC (Haverford & Telehealth)
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.
Emily Zubriski, MS (Lafayette Hill, Haverford & Telehealth)
After many years as a corporate accountant, Emily returned to school to obtain her Master’s Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology at Chestnut Hill College. This was following her growing passion for helping others and seeing an increased need for mental health professionals. She completed her internship at MLTS and decided to stay on as a post-graduate clinician, enabling her to continue working with current clients as well as taking on additional clients.
Emily works with teens and adults with a wide variety of presenting issues. She has had experience with clients struggling with eating disorders as well as survivors of domestic violence. Emily’s therapeutic approach is to help one uncover unconscious patterns that may be limiting an individual while building on one’s strengths and encouraging a values-driven life. Emily is passionate about providing trauma informed care while recognizing and validating that what is considered traumatic differs for each individual. Emily also strives to understand and respect diverse values, beliefs, and backgrounds to ensure inclusive care. Emily currently also runs the Girl’s Group Chat support group for girls ages 11-18 through MLTS.