Clinicians & Program Facilitators

Deb Cyb, MA

With a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Deborah Cyb was a classroom teacher for many years. She started practicing mindfulness in 2005 and was inspired by how it can be used to develop a toolbox of coping strategies to reduce stress and increase mental wellbeing. Deborah recognized how valuable the skills developed from mindfulness would be in a classroom and merged her passion for mindfulness with her passion for teaching. This inspired her to move beyond a practitioner of mindfulness and become an instructor. Deborah has completed several Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Programs from the Mindfulness Institute of Jefferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia. She has completed all of the Mindful Schools course work and is a Certified Mindful Schools Instructor.

Jenna DiLossi, Psy.D., NCC, LPC

Dr. DiLossi specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She co-founded the Center for Hope & Health, LLC. (CHH), which is a treatment center that offers specialized evidence-based treatments for eating disorders and anxiety disorders. She formerly worked the Renfrew Center for five years, received specialized training on the most cutting-edge treatment, completed her doctoral dissertation on body image and perfectionism, and has been featured on Fox 29 to provide her expertise on the topic. She is currently practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania, but is separately completing post-doctoral training through the University of Pennsylvania at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA) with the intent to obtain licensure as a clinical psychologist. She completed two Master of Science degrees and a Doctor of Psychology degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Throughout her doctoral training, Dr. DiLossi has gained experience with a variety of diagnoses and clinical issues from clinical placements at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Cognitive Therapy and Drexel University’s Division of Neuropsychology. In addition to her work at CHH and CTSA, Dr. DiLossi is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Saint Joseph’s University.

Brandon R. Everett, RN, BSN, CMT

Brandon was first introduced to the practice of mindfulness meditation while working as a Registered Nurse in a bustling inner city cardiac intensive care unit. The practice was so transformative that he resolved to complete whatever training was necessary to offer the practice in a thorough and authentic way. In 2017 he graduated from ClearLight Meditation Institute’s rigorous two-year, 900-hr Meditation Teacher Training. Since then he has shared mindfulness widely — bringing the practice to meditation and yoga centers, as well as nonprofits, universities, and hospitals throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. His instruction emphasizes the practical application of mindfulness to daily life. In the spring of 2019, he will be co-facilitating Philadelphia’s first and only Trauma-Informed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program.

Sheila Gillin, LCSW

Sheila is a licensed social worker and a certified child and adolescent psychotherapist with over fifteen years of experience in the mental health field. In addition to her work with Minding Your Mind, she has a clinical counseling practice where she provides individual, family and group counseling to a broad range of clients including adults, adolescents and children. She also serves as the Director of Graduate Admissions at Bryn Mawr College.

Melissa Harrison, MA, LPC

Melissa is a licensed professional counselor with extensive experience in the treatment of eating disorders. She began her career at The Renfrew Center and worked both at the residential facility as a counselor as well as the outpatient facility where she worked in all levels of care and acted as a manager of the Intensive Outpatient unit. Melissa utilizes evidence-based therapy which includes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Enhanced for Eating Disorders, Response-Prevention, and Prolonged Exposure to provide the gold standard treatments for all the psychiatric disorders that she treats.

Suzelle Marques, MA, LPC

Suzelle is a licensed professional counselor and a certified Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapist. She formerly worked at various outpatient mental health centers, and in a variety of school settings, providing individual counseling and additional support services to various age groups. Suzelle has extensive experience working with children and adolescents, and is currently practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey at her own private practice, where she provides individual and family counseling in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Suzelle believes that changing one single person’s perspective on mental health by providing the right education and resources can create a large scale ripple effect, effecting positive changes in those around us!

Jon Mattleman, MS Counseling

Across all of his work, Jon brings warmth, understanding, and patience…plus a healthy dose of humor! In his over 35 years of experience as a therapist and presenter, clients have felt comforted by his ability to acknowledge that the challenges they face are complex – and often downright exhausting! In acknowledgment of this, his work is grounded in delivering tools that can be implemented in real time. Jon holds a BA from Clark University, and an MS in Counseling from the University of Hartford. He served as Director of the Stoughton, MA Youth Commission from 1983 to 1993, and as Director of Needham, MA Youth Services from 1993 to June 2017. Since 1993, alongside his full-time work, Jon has operated his practice to offer presentations, consultations, and consulting services. To learn more about Jon please visit

Dulce Orozco, LMHC, CAGS

Dulce Orozco is a licensed mental health counselor in Massachusetts. She holds a master’s degree (MS) and a Certificate of Advance Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Mental Health Counseling from Suffolk University. She began her career at McLean Hospital in 2005. Since then she has worked at partial hospitalization programs, outpatient counseling centers, and community health centers, providing group and family therapy, as well as individual therapy for adults and children. She is committed to supporting caregivers and brings compassion, warmth, and authenticity to her work. Dulce’s first language is Spanish and she is also fluent in English and Portuguese. Dulce has extensive experience working with individuals who themselves and/or their families are not native to our country. She works using mindfulness, whole body integration, self-compassion, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Dulce provides an environment offering the connection, trust, and safety that can help individuals achieve greater resiliency and empowerment. She currently has a private practice in Stoughton, Massachusetts. When she is not working, she is with her young daughters trying to savor their childhood as much as possible. Dulce is available for presentations throughout Greater Boston and Eastern Massachusetts.

Kristin Page, MS, E-RYT

Kristin Page was introduced to meditation and the cultivation of stillness when she was a child. After a lifetime of employing these skills through her everyday life, she formalized her practice of Mindfulness Meditation and has been studying and practicing strategically for over 15 years. In 2009 she founded Kristin Page Yoga, Meditation & Wellness, an organization with the mission to increase personal wellness for individuals across a diverse clientele. Her instruction has brought her in front of elementary school children, teenagers, elite athletic teams, executives, and many others. Kristin completed an intensive two-year Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training program with Clearlight Meditation Institute. As a faculty member at Clearlight, she guides students through an eight-week beginner Meditation Series, preparing them to move onto deepening practices.

Linda Price, M.Ed., CAGS, E-RYT 

Linda Price earned her Master of Education Degree in School Adjustment Counseling and her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in School Psychology in 1993 at Northeastern University. With twenty-five years of experience in working with schools, Linda understands the stress level and demands placed on students and school personnel. She has combined this knowledge with her Mindfulness training to create opportunities for teaching schools, organizations, and parent groups about how to create a personal Mindfulness practice for self-care, as well as how to share Mindfulness with students. In 2004, she founded Linda Price & Associates, LLC, offering holistic social skills groups incorporating yoga and Mindfulness for stress management, executive functioning, and self-regulation. In building her expertise, Linda became certified in Children’s Yoga from ‘Color Me Yoga’ and has received intensive training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction through the Center for Mindfulness- University of Massachusetts Medical School, as well as participated in the Resilient Schools training from the Benson-Henry Institute through Massachusetts General Hospital. Through the Youth Health Connection, Linda was trained as a Calm Classroom facilitator, and is a certified Anti-Bullying and Cyberbullying Train the Trainer through the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC). As a Licensed Educational Psychologist from the Board of Allied Mental Health, Linda continues to provide individual and group counseling and Mindful Parenting at the Center for Integrative Counseling and Wellness in Hingham, MA.

Mollye Readinger-Scott, MA

Mollye has been facilitating retreats and workshops for over 20 years. She holds a B.A in Communications from Temple University and an M.S. in Pastoral Counseling from Neumann University . Mollye is also a certified co-active coach and a Facilitator of the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator. In addition to her work with Minding Your Mind, Mollye has a private Coaching practice and works to create and facilitate leadership development and personal growth programs for both adults and young people.

Ali Warren Rothrock
Ali Rothrock is a speaker, author, educator and advocate. She has delivered over 500 presentations nationwide. Ali has been in the volunteer fire service since 2005, enjoying more than a decade as a firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician. Ali is the founder and lead instructor at On the Job and Off, which is an online platform dedicated to building more resilient first responders. She is a member of the Montgomery County (PA) Critical Incident Stress Management Team. Ali is a Certified Trauma Responder through the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists. Ali also shares her story and provides trauma and mental health education for Minding Your Mind. Ali has worked as a sexual assault and domestic violence counselor and has served on multiple national diversity and inclusion committees. Ali is also a certified QPR Suicide Prevention instructor. She is the eastern division trustee for Women in Fire. Ali is the author of Where Hope Lives, a memoir detailing her journey through her first few years in the fire service. She is currently writing her second book After, which details her story of trauma recovery while featuring other’s stories too. Ali has an associate’s degree in Fire Science and is currently earning her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in crisis counseling. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband.