Natalie Nesbitt, M.S., LPC
I love to work with couples! Helping them find the passion in their relationship; remove blocks that are keeping them from being their best; learning to have a marriage they have always dreamed.
I am the owner and operator of both Main Line Marriage Counseling and Main Line Counseling Specialists. I provide couples counseling services in Paoli, Pennsylvania, conveniently located on the Main Line. I also provide Telehealth for those seeking professional services in the comfort of their on home. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. Since opening my private practice in 2011, I have helped countless couples save their marriages and/or relationships and come back from the deepest of betrayals or aid them in letting go of their marriage and facilitate a healthy divorce and harmonious coparenting situation.
At my practice in Paoli, I utilize a variety of techniques, including Gottman therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, stress management, increasing self-worth, inner-child work, mind/body connection, communication and conflict resolution skills training, assertiveness training, anxiety reduction, empowerment, Imago therapy and work/life balance.
My Counseling Specialties Include:
- Couples & Marriage Counseling
- Pre-Marital Therapy
- Highly motivated couples
- Crisis counseling for couples
- Infidelity Counseling/Affair Recovery
- Empty Nest
- New Parents/Surviving Parenthood with young children
Let me help you find a new path!
I am first a wife and mother. I am a lover of animals, good books, wine, and food. I recently relocated back up north from Florida where I was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice and before that I was a case manager for several years at a homeless shelter for teens. I obtained my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Nova Southeasten University where I was on both the Dean’s List and graduated with Honors.
Are you ready to change your life? Schedule your appointment with me today at Main Line Marrige Counseling!
Ashley Regina, LPC, NCC, ACS, LCADC
Are you finding that life transitions are taking a toll on your relationship? Often, even positive life transitions that we are looking forward to (marriage/ transition to parenthood) can challenge a relationship. Do you feel unheard or misunderstood by your partner? Is there a distance or disconnection growing? Are outside stressors (work/ childcare/ finances) negatively impacting your relationship? I have helped many couples navigate these issues, supporting growth and enrichment.
My name is Ashley Regina and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). I am passionate about helping couples reconnect and strengthen their bond. Successful relationships take work and require maintenance every once in a while. My role is to be a neutral third party to provide a safe, non-judgemental space. I would be happy to have the opportunity to help your relationship navigate this process!
My Counseling Specialties Include:
- Blending/blended families
- Co-parenting cases (non-court mandated)
- Individuals struggling in relationships, specifically young adults
I would describe my counseling approach as client-centered. I incorporate various evidence-based interventions including The Gottman Method, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness skills and Motivational Interviewing, adapting my approach to each couple’s needs. I understand that the first step to an effective therapeutic relationship is building trust and a healthy rapport. I bring hope, safety and compassion to our work together, allowing for us to work collaboratively to reach your goals. I would be honored to hear your story and support your relationship in your journey.
Clinical Supervisor in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
I am also a Qualified Supervisor for those seeking licensure in the states of PA and NJ as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Supervision available online and in person in my Paoli, PA office.
Jenna Scampton, MS, LPC
Thinking about couples counseling for yourself and your partner? Your relationship is after all likely the biggest investment you make in your life and taking the time to make sure your investment is solid is well worth it in the long run.
My name is Jenna Scampton and I have been practicing as a therapist for 5 years currently. I help with a range of issues and concerns including trust, communication, and intimacy. At Main Line Marriage Counseling we primarily use the Gottman method as a framework to begin from. This is the idea that a relationship should be built like a strong house. We will explore different areas of your relationship house and build wherever we need to in order to increase mutual understanding and compassion.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Temple University and my Master’s from Chestnut Hill College. My background specialty is in trauma. I am certified in Prolonged Exposure Therapy and providing EMDR Therapy as well. This background is especially helpful in couples work due to my understanding that we all come from somewhere. We all individually have a story to tell, and trying to fit two stories into one unit is downright hard sometimes.
Being a therapist has brought a lot of joy to my life. Doing therapy is very meaningful work in every capacity, and getting to learn about individuals including their deepest passions and goals to their saddest sorrows and woes, brings a vibrancy to my life that is unexplainable. We will grow very close to each other through honest communication, and finding safety in being vulnerable. I will model and teach new ways to interact that may make a big difference in your current circumstance. The power of therapy will perpetuate with our collective journey towards healing and understanding ourselves and our partners.
My approach to therapy is very calm and comfortable. I believe that the work you are setting out to do is likely already uncomfortable in itself and I do not believe in making matters worse. I want to commend you for thinking about starting therapy as I know that can also raise anxiety levels. You are brave for taking these first steps for a deeper understanding of yourself and your partner.
Relationships take a lot of work. Everyone knows this but we don’t all know what exactly that looks like. The hard work comes in many long discussions about values, goals, personality traits and life stressors. We find there are often many ways to address the same problem, and finding a collaborative approach that both partners agree with can be the main source of stress for a lot of couples. We will always have to do the hard work for our relationships but learning the tools and seeking resources to help will always aid rather than hinder. Your relationship is worth getting the extra help. You and your partner are worth getting the extra help. This will not be easy, but what does not come easy is always worth it.
I look forward to hearing from you!