Jordan Snyder, MS, LPC
Outpatient Clinical Supervisor
Master of Science in Counseling
Jordan began his career as a mobile crisis worker that supported children in Bucks County and played a crucial role in building up the program. He joined MCC Warwick as a Family Based Counselor in 2018 for Bucks County. He spent the next two years honing in on his clinical and leadership skills until being promoted to Family Based Supervisor overseeing teams in both Berks County and Chester County in 2020. He then joined the Outpatient department in 2022 as the new Clinical Supervisor. In both supervisor roles, Jordan has taken on the role of providing both clinical oversight and support to staff while taking on the administrative responsibilities in building up the department and creating strong relationships with services in each county.
Jordan has experience and passion in supporting children, families, and adults in becoming their best selves and utilizing various models such as ESFT, Structural Family Therapy, CBT, and other strengths based and trauma informed approaches to promote client success. In this role, Jordan is dedicated to promoting growth for anyone who walks through these doors. For everyone that crosses his path, both client and staff, he never asks what’s wrong with you and instead asks, “What has happened to you and how can I help you become your best self?”
Christine (Belinsky) Hardnock, MS, LPC
School Based Coordinator
I have been working as a therapist for MCC Warwick Family Services since 2016. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and I am currently our School Based Coordinator. Besides working with my own clients, I focus with overseeing our relationship with our local school district, connecting kids seeking outpatient therapy right in the comfort of their school. I work with children, adolescents, teens and adults using individualized techniques and approaches that fit each client. I am trained in trauma-focused CBT, Child Focused Play therapy.
Julianna Bidic, MS
My name is Julianna Bidic, and I am an outpatient and school-based therapist for MCC. I have a master’s in counseling and clinical health psychology and have been working for MCC since July 2022. The modalities I utilize in sessions are CBT, mindfulness-based CBT, humanistic therapy, strength-based therapy, motivational interviewing, reality therapy, and narrative therapy. I typically work with children, adolescents, and college-aged students that present the following problems: anxiety, depression, communication issues within families and relationships, and maladaptive health behaviors.
Robert Bingham, MSS, LSW, RSMT
Robert Bingham is a licensed social worker/therapist who works collaboratively with clients to help them access their inner strengths and healing capacities. He uses a gentle, non-judgmental approach to support clients struggling with anxiety, depression, stress and trauma on their journeys towards greater creativity, purpose and joy. As clients work with Robert, they receive time and tools for deepening self-knowledge and compassion as they work towards concrete, achievable goals. Robert’s background includes working in community-based, university, hospital and private practice settings. He is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and frequently integrates mindfulness and movement-based interventions with psychodynamic, cognitive and narrative approaches.
Kaitlyn Vile, MFT
Hello! My name is Kaitlyn. I have been with MCC Warwick for since 2019, most of which was spent in the Family Based Services Program. I have been with the outpatient department for over a year. Prior to working with Warwick, I worked at a youth partial care facility in Trenton, NJ where I facilitated various therapeutic groups ranging from: self-regulation/mindfulness, sex education, anger management, trauma (for teen girls), and self-esteem. Prior to working at the youth partial care facility, I attended Chestnut Hill College where I received my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I primarily utilize CBT and solution focused therapy while working with individuals. With families, I utilize the Eco-Systemic Family Therapy and Structural Family Therapy models, aimed at helping with emotional connection and communication. I have been trained in use of the Sanctuary Model. I am looking forward to working with you!
Kayla White, MS
Hi I’m Kayla. I have my Bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in child and adolescent studies. I have my Master’s degree in psychology with a concentration of clinical mental health. I am considered a Licensed Associate Counselor, as I am still earning hours towards being a Licensed Professional counselor. Most of my experience is with children and teens, but I enjoy working with all age groups.
Eric Dougherty, MS
I have been practicing mental health counseling for more than 10 years and have worked as a therapist at varying levels of care including residential, in-home support services, and outpatient services. I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology, with a concentration in marriage and family therapy, as well as a Master’s Degree in School Psychology. I have also completed trainings in trauma focused CBT as well as trauma art narrative therapy. I have treated a variety of presenting issues including anxiety, mood related disorders, and relational difficulties within the family context. I use a wide range of modalities to help children and families achieve progress and maintain treatment gains including but not limited to CBT, behavior modification techniques, and attachment based family therapy.
Emani Smith, MSW
Born and raised within Philadelphia, PA, Emani has worked in the Social Work field for about 5 years servicing a variety of client populations. Obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Delaware State University and a Master’s of Social Work degree from West Chester University, Emani’s collegiate and professional experiences have defined her outlook on social change and advocacy. In working within a complex multi-systematic field, Emani believes in approaching challenges through a holistic and strengths-based framework. Providing guidance that is trauma informed, and empowering is significant in offering each client an individualistic experience that hones in on addressing barriers while highlighting one’s strengths. Emani has experience working in child welfare, operating as a court advocate for sexual assault survivors, substance abuse recovery counseling, and providing services to at-risk LGBTQ youth. Through these experiences, diversity and inclusivity is significant in the work that Emani conducts with her clients. Providing support that makes others feel seen and heard is imperative in developing the therapeutic relationship and is a value that is highly stood by. In Emani’s spare time she likes to write, create music, or watch standup comedy.
Angela Giannetta, MSW, LSW
Angela has a Master of Social Work degree from Widener University and is a Licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania. They have experience providing group and individual interventions to a vast category of age groups and presenting concerns. Angela maintains a holistic perspective and often utilizes a person-centered approach that recognizes inherent capabilities of the client. They value the therapeutic relationship and are able to craft individualized interventions to assist with the change process.
Daisy Cabalhin, MS
Hi! I’m Daisy Cabalhin and I’m an Outpatient Therapist for MCC. I have a master’s in Community and Trauma Counseling from Thomas Jefferson University. I have been working at MCC since 2016 in various roles. I am a person centered, humanistic Therapist with a focus on trauma utilizing techniques that are specific to the individual. I have worked with populations that include children, adolescents, young adults, and adults that includes a spectrum of diagnoses including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and family and relationship work.
Georgetta Smith, MS
I have worked with many different kinds of people from all works of life and have worked in various settings, from the outpatient setting to the hospital setting. I work with all age groups and have a passion for helping people on their path towards healing. I use various modalities and interventions including, but not limited to, CBT, DBT, Solution Focused Therapy, SELF, and Reality Based Therapy. The most important thing to know about me is that I care about people and I want to learn from them.
Danielle Sheridan, LMFT
For over eighteen years I’ve worked in community behavioral health to provide support to those seeking change. I utilize a blend of Cognitive Behavioral, Family Systems and Narrative Therapy mixed with a light hearted supportive approach. If you’re ready to create change, I look forward to working with you.
Anabeli Gonzalez, MS, MFT
I am a professional counselor with a concentration in Family Systems. I also use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help people develop healthier ways of thinking. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Penn State University and my Master’s degree from Holy Family University. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in treating trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, oppositional defiance, anger management, ADHD, grief, emotional disturbance, self-esteem, and relational issues. Through therapy, I will collaboratively assist people in assessing how poor communication could be harming their interpersonal relationships, explore ways to strengthen their emotional intelligence, challenge maladaptive thinking, and help identify and understand strengths. My goal in therapy is to help you (and/or your family) find ways to live happier, more balanced, meaningful lives.