WELL Clinic Team
Jeanna Stokes, PsyD
WELL Clinic Director & Clinical Psychologist
Jeanna Stokes received her PsyD in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her clinical internship at Indiana University Counseling and Psychological Services and her post-doctoral fellowship at Veritas Collaborative, a specialty eating disorder hospital setting. Jeanna currently serves as the WELL Clinic Director. She has experience working in a variety of clinical settings where she developed expertise in providing evidence-based treatment for eating disorders and body image concerns. Jeanna approaches therapy from a cognitive behavioral and interpersonal perspective. Her interests include eating disorders, body image, anxiety disorders, self-acceptance, and enhancing awareness of stigma on psychological well-being. Jeanna believes that recovery is not only possible, it is probable with the right treatment.
Bridget Smith, PsyD
Bridget Smith received her PsyD in clinical psychology from James Madison University and her masters in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver. She completed both her clinical internship and post-doctoral residency at the James Madison University Counseling Center where she specialized in trauma, eating and body image concerns, and student athlete mental health. She also has experience working in a residential treatment center for eating disorders. Bridget integrates both CBT and ACT into her clinical work and believes that full recovery is possible
Danielle Clauss, PhD
Danielle received her BA from The College of New Jersey and her PhD in clinical psychology from Drexel University. She completed her clinical internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. She is currently an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Danielle has worked in the areas of health psychology and behavioral medicine for the past ten years, providing empirically supported behavioral health treatment to military service members, veterans, and individuals with chronic medical conditions. She has also worked in the area of weight management for the past five years, providing behavioral interventions for obesity as part of the research teams led by Meghan Butryn, PhD and Evan Forman, PhD.
Gabrielle Salomone, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Gabrielle Salomone received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and then a few years later her Masters in Social Work from Widener University. She believes that therapy is not one size fits all, which is why she uses a person-centered approach. She practices from the theoretical orientation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, focusing on how thoughts and feelings impact our behaviors and incorporating exposure therapy to change behaviors. She encourages her clients, through behavioral activation, to slowly incorporate back into their lives enjoyable activities, routines and value-based goals that have decreased or are being avoided due to their eating disorder/depression/anxiety/OCD. Gabrielle has experience working in just about every area of mental health treatment, at every level of treatment, and with clients across all ages. She specializes in working with clients struggling with eating disorders, anxiety, and OCD. Gabrielle has received training through working at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, The Renfrew Center and Roger's Behavioral Health. Gabrielle provides a safe and comfortable atmosphere and she believes in building trusting therapeutic relationships with all her clients.
Marie Colasanti, MS
Behavioral Weight Loss Coach
Marie has a Bachelor's degree from Temple University in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Psychology from Drexel University where she studied behavioral interventions for promoting health behavior change. While at Drexel she received extensive hands on training in delivering weight loss and lifestyle modification programs. She has experience working with individuals and groups of all sizes. Marie enjoys helping people achieve their weight loss goals and find balance in their lives.
Susan Murray, MA
Susan is a fifth year doctoral student studying clinical psychology at Temple University. She recently joined the WELL Clinic as a therapist for external practicum. Susan has experience working with clients looking to address a range of challenges with a particular focus on eating disorders. Her approach combines humanistic values and compassion with empirically-based techniques. Susan’s interests include reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
WELL Clinic Administrative Coordinator
Ilana graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017 with her BA in Psychology and a minor study in Cognitive Science. Since graduation, Ilana spent two years working at a local private equity firm. After a fruitful learning experience, Ilana decided to pursue a career closer to her academic background and joined the WELL Clinic as the Administrative Coordinator. Eventually, she plans to return to school to earn her doctorate in Psychology. In her free time, Ilana enjoys spending time with her dog, cooking, and enjoying all that Philadelphia has to offer with friends and family.