Marsha Glines, PH.D

Academic Coach / Learning Specialist

Dr. Marsha Glines has a national reputation in teaching and learning theory, special education, non-traditional program design and higher education curriculum development. Prior to joining the Lynn University community in 1991, Dr. Glines was the founding president of Beacon College and in October 2021 she was awarded an Honorary Degree Of Humane Letters from Beacon. While at Lynn University, Dr. Glines created and provided oversight of many academic alternative, innovative programs including: an undergraduate human service degree, the Advancement Program, the Lynn Educational Alternative Program and the “nationally recognized” Institute for Achievement and Learning. After 20 years at Lynn University, as a dean and full professor, Dr. Glines spent a year as a dean and professor at American College Dublin in Ireland followed by 4 years as a dean overseeing academic support and teaching in the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Regis College in Massachusetts.

Dr. Glines has conducted numerous training workshops both nationally and internationally and is a frequent presenter at various conferences on learning and higher education.  Most recently, she presented in Athens, Greece at the 25th International Conference on Learning. 

She has published several pieces on post-secondary learning opportunities for students with learning disabilities and her innovative and thoughtful work has been discussed in several books including Transitional Skills for Post Secondary Success, Maybe You Know My Teen and, more recently, Beyond Discipline: Managing the Modern Higher Education Environment. 

After earning a Bachelor’s degree from Emerson College and a Master’s in Education with special education certification from Lesley College, Dr. Glines continued her studies in education as a special studies student at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.  In October of 1988, she was awarded her Ph.D. in higher education administration from the Union Institute. Later, she attended the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero training and additionally studied at Chapel Hill (University of North Carolina).

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Meet Our Team

The Children’s Center is founded by Dr. Andrew Rosen and Dr. David A. Gross who have been practicing in South Florida since 1984. They are the Directors of The Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders.

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Andrew Rosen PH.D., ABPP, FAACP

Founder and Clinical Director

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David Gross MD, DLFAPA

Founder and Medical Director


Ryan Seidman, Psy.D

Clinical Director
Child and Adolescent Psychologist

Joseph Brand, PH.D.

Clinical Psychologist

Jamie Levine, Psy.D

Clinical Psychologist

Melissa R. Koniver, PsyD, NCSP

Licensed Psychologist

Mary-Kate Barnes, PH.D.

Clinical Psychologist

Brittany Schulman, Psy.D

Clinical Psychologist

Ali Cunningham, Ph.D.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Qualified Supervisor

Meg Seidman, MS, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Esther Klein

Emily Caproni, Psy.D

Postdoctoral Resident

Alexandra Licata, PH.D.

Postdoctoral Resident

Esther Klein

Esther Klein, PH.D.

Postdoctoral Resident

Dana Ball MS, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist


Meredith Serota, B.A.; M.S. (ESE); RBT; ITDS

Behavioral Therapist

Elise Yonon, M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

David Krasky, Psy.S.

School Psychologist

Eden Kornblath, B.A.

Behaviorist and Education Specialist

Terri Samuels, MS

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Darbi Miller, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Kara Lyles, MS

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Michael Klionsky

Private Tutor

Ashlee Kasten, MSW

Registered Social Work Intern

Marsha Glines

Marsha Glines, PH.D

Academic Coach / Laerning Specialist

Full Service Center with a Multi-Disciplinary Team in One Centralized Location

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The Children’s Center will focus on
the following core areas:

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