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Marion Rudin Frank, Ed.D
Kathleen (Kayta) Curzie Gajdos, Ph.D.

John F. Golden MS/LPC
Lyn Groome, M.S.

Jean Henry, Ph.D, M.S.S., B.C.D.

Lenore C. Perrott, M.S.
Vincenzo Sanguineti, M.D.

Nancy Small, PH.D

Marion Rudin Frank, Ed.D
Licensed Psychologist

250 S. 17th Street; Suite 101
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103

7800 Lincoln Drive
Chestnut Hill, Pa. 19118

215-545-7800, ext.1


Dr. Frank is a psychologist and board-certified clinical hypnotherapist and medical psychotherapist. She is Jungian, feminist, and cognitively oriented. Her areas of specialization include heterosexual and gay relationship issues, depression and anxiety/panic disorders, dreamwork, and dealing with life transitions, including bereavement. She has been in private clinical practice for 30 years in Philadelphia and Chestnut Hill.

Dr. Frank holds a Masters Degree from Columbia University and a Doctorate from Temple University. She has presented at local and national professional conferences and has appeared on TV and in other media. As a published author, she has written several invited book chapters and many articles. She is president of PPS, a mental health provider group, offering referrals and psychological services to individuals and organizations throughout the Delaware Valley. Formerly, she was on staff at the Belmont Center and taught at Temple, Hahneman, and Jefferson Universities.


Kathleen (Kayta) Curzie Gajdos, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

1733 Creek Road
Chadds Ford, PA 19317

Office: (610) 388-2888
Fax: (775) 254-1792



Dr. Kathleen Curzie Gajdos (“Kayta”) holds Master’s degrees in both philosophy and clinical psychology and received her Ph.D. at the University of Pittsburgh. She has a wide array of experience and training that includes the fields of addictions, hypnosis, family therapy, Jungian theory and dream work, Gestalt therapy, EMDR, ETT, bereavement, trauma and mindfulness meditation. Dr. Gajdos combines her private practice with leading workshops and presentations. Her numerous volunteer activities include being Disaster Response Network Coordinator for the Delaware Psychological Association. She also facilitates SAM (Survivors of Accident and Murder) groups for the Mental Health Association in Delaware.

She has taught for the Vermont College graduate long distance learning program and for the Union Institute’s Center for Long Distance Learning, and for West Chester University. She currently writes a column (Mind Matters) for the online newspaper Chadds Ford Live (www.ChaddsFordLive.com) and her articles also appear on her website, www.drgajdos.com.


John F. Golden MS/LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1 North Main St. Suite 2B

Medford, NJ  08055





 John F. Golden is a Licensed Professional Counselor, who has been studying Jungian/Depth Psychology for over 30 years. He has worked as a school counselor and administrator for 35 years. His interest is in guiding people through the individuation process through dream analysis. His extensive work and study of human relation skills has provided him with enormous insight into the collective and individual psyche. His experience leading groups, and working with individuals' within the group, has allowed him to have a profound understanding of the psychological dynamics of human behavior. He provides guidance and support through the uncharted paths of the spiritual journey toward wholeness.



Lyn Groome, M.S.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

243 Abrahams Lane
Villanova, Pa. 19085



I have a particular interest in the integration of our inner unconscious world with our conscious daily life world. I try and use this framework when working with both couples and individual clients. I believe that real change can only happen when we understand, then accept ourselves, as we move from one developmental stage to the next, and as we confront the many rapid changes in our cultural environment.


Jean Henry, Ph.D, M.S.S., B.C.D.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1616 Walnut Street, Ste. 1007
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103

220 West Rittenhouse Square, Ste. 11A
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103


Dr. Henry holds a Ph.D. in Art History and was a university professor, department chair and museum director. She taught at Hamilton College, University of Maine, Portland, University of New Haven, and Drexel University. She earned her Masters of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College and is a Board Certified Diplomate.

She was a Special Student at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis and held a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship for Visiting Faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University. She volunteered at the Yale Psychiatric Institute. She interned at the Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital. She has been in private practice for twenty years with groups, couples and adults.

Dr. Henry provides psychoanalytic, behavioral-cognitive and attachment short term and longer term therapy.



Lenore C. Perrott, M.S.
Licensed Psychologist

175 Strafford Ave. ; Suite One
Wayne, Pa. 19087



Lennie Perrott is a licensed psychologist in private practice. She works with both individuals and couples; she is dedicated to assisting clients as they take the steps they need to fully experience true peace, joy, and a renewed sense of meaning in their lives.

Lennie received her M.S. in Counseling (Villanova University, 1984) and has pursued doctoral studies at Immaculata University.

Formerly, an adjunct professor at Chestnut Hill College in their graduate psychology program, she has completed advanced studies in Jungian psychology at the C. G. Jung Institute in Philadelphia and is a certified Imago Relationship therapist as well as an Enneagram trained therapist. In addition to her private practice, Lennie is a popular teacher on a variety of subjects through the Main Line School Night in Radnor, PA.


Vincenzo Sanguineti, M.D.
Clinical Psychiatrist

1015 Chestnut Street; Suite 825
Philadelphia, Pa. 19107



Dr. Sanguineti is a psychiatrist in private practice, and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College. A graduate from the Medical School of the University of Milan, he moved to the United States in 1970, after working several years in Africa. He completed his psychiatric training at Yale and was member of its faculty until 1989, when he relocated to Philadelphia. Dr. Sanguineti’s long-standing interest in the functioning of each individual mind has guided his practice of therapy, the many publications in professional journals, and two of his books: “Landscapes in my Mind” and “The Rosetta Stone of the Human Mind”.

His areas of expertise in Adult Psychiatry (pharmacotherapy and in-depth, reconstructive psychotherapy) include: major anxiety disorders (OCD, PTSD, DID); major depresssive disorders (including atypical, bipolar and treatment resistant subtypes); pain management and other medico-psychiatric syndromes; substance abuse disorders; geriatric psychiatry.


Nancy Small, PH.D
Licensed Psychologist

132 S. 17th Street
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103





A licensed psychologist with over thirty-five years of experience, Dr. Nancy Small brings empathy, passion, maturity and a bevy of skills to her clinical work. Treating the full range of psychological and stress disorders, she has a special interest and expertise in couples and family therapy, women’s issues and eating disorders. She views therapy as an exciting opportunity for mutual collaboration, nurturing the process of self-exploration, healing, growth and relationship enhancement. Her work is enhanced with mindfulness and stress-management techniques. Along with her extensive years of service, Dr. Small has held a number of faculty positions, directed adolescent and family training programs, produced her own radio show and published in professional journals and local papers.