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.


Kelley Dougherty Eubanks

Kelley (preferred pronouns: she, her, hers) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is the founder of In Between the Lines Therapy.  In many ways, therapy found her. She was looking for the purpose of her life and kept being drawn to graduate psychology programs. Kelley met with the head of the Marriage and Family therapy program who told her right away that she has a systems brain.

Kelley made it her mission after working in various of jobs including in-home therapy for families, an outpatient treatment center for children’s mental health, and a small private practice in Chestnut Hill, to create a space that was a little different. Kelley noticed how crucial the skill level was of her therapists (yes, most therapists see therapists), how the space where therapy is being conducted must be welcoming, and how important the message of “overall wellness” really can be to clients.

Wellness gets thrown around a lot, but Kelley is determined to make your mental health the center of your wellness plan and all the facets that fall into your mental health get discussed during sessions. She processes diet, nutrition, stress management, routines, exercise, and many more related things with clients on a regular basis.

Kelley has extensive training in working with children, adults, couples, and families. She works with clients struggling with various issues including anxiety, depression, fertility issues, and relationship struggles.

Kate Sobon, LPC

Kate (preferred pronouns: she, her, hers) 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.

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Brianna Bliss, LPC

Brianna (preferred pronouns: she, her, hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is passionate about helping individuals gain insight and create meaningful experiences to live the life they desire. She practices cognitive-behavioral therapy, a style of therapy that is active and collaborative. Brianna is compassionate and flexible, while being outcome-focused to maximize the positive benefits of therapy. Her approach is to provide you with tools and strategies that are informed by evidence-based research, and meet your unique needs.

Brianna has worked in diverse community mental health settings with children, adults, and couples, and is currently in the process of obtaining a doctoral degree (PsyD) in clinical psychology. She has experience working with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, relational and family conflicts, coping with health-related issues, caregiving, loss, and academic and professional stressors.

Let’s meet

Our Beautiful Location

Northern Liberties
709 N 2nd Street
Suite 402
Philadelphia, Pa 19123

Phone: (267)-225-3452
Email: info@inbetweenthelines.net


Our new Philadelphia location is near 2nd Street and Fairmount Ave, in the heart of Northern Liberties at 709 N. 2nd Street, Suite 402.

There is plenty of free parking along 2nd Street during the day.


“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.