In Between the Lines was created with the vision that it would be a practice that focused solely on therapy for the system, not just the individual.
MEET OUR THERAPISTS
Kelley Dougherty Eubanks
Kelley is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) who specializes in working with couples and families, and the Founder of In Between The Lines.
She is a published author, associate researcher, and certified Reiki Master.
Reiki is an ancient Japanese technique for stress reduction that promotes healing.
In studying the way emotional health impacts physical health, Kelley felt it was important to learn techniques of healing the spirit of a person in addition to healing the emotions so the whole body will be healed: mind, body, and spirit, which is in line with my belief in systemic therapy.
Sarah DiLeonardo, LPC
Working with people on their relationships and goals has always been Sarah’s passion in life. Sarah uses a systemic approach to help people gain insight into their relationships.
Tiffany Culvert, LPC
Tiffany is passionate about helping people find healing, growth, and understanding. She utilizes a client centered approach, and encourages her clients to lead the direction of the therapy session. Tiffany believes therapy begins with building a trusting and collaborative relationship in which we can gain insight and clarity into your thoughts, emotions, and interpersonal relationships.
Kate Sobon, LPC
Kate is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is passionate about supporting individuals, couples and families improve their quality of life, and being the best version of themselves. She believes counseling is a collaborative process, and she honors her client’s personal experiences and perspectives, while appropriately providing them with insight and feedback. Kate tailors treatment to the person, couple or family, and their specific goals. She has worked in diverse settings, including Temple University, which enhances her expertise working with college students in private practice.
She has been extensively trained in Prolonged Exposure therapy for PTSD, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She utilizes empirically supported, evidence based practices to address mental health issues such as: adjustment concerns, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, impulse control, emotion dysregulation and relationship issues.
Our Beautiful Location
Northern Liberties 1030 North American Street Unit 901 Philadelphia, Pa 19123 Phone: (267)-225-3452 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Philadelphia location is situated in the heart of Northern Liberties on Liberties Walk at Schmidt’s Commons.
Parking is free and open during the day and for added convenience we have reserved parking for clients after 6PM (when parking becomes resident only via permit).
WHAT IS SYSTEMS THERAPY?
“Marital and family therapy requires LESS time (only 9 to 12 sessions on average) than the typical individual treatment to see results.”
Systemic therapy has been proven to alleviate numerous stressors and results in long term changes as opposed to individual therapy.
We practice a type of therapy that creates space for the system to change which, in turn, creates new patterns of interaction that are proven to last longer than just simply problem solving.