Pennsylvania Team

Pennsylvania Team

Hybrid Team

Sai’kia Moore, MS, ABD

Hybrid Psychotherapist

Sai’kia Moore comes with over 10 years’ experience providing behavioral health treatment to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has experience with therapeutically providing services in a multitude of settings including inpatient, family based, drug and alcohol, and outpatient mental health.

Sai’kia has specializes and is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eco-systemic Structural Therapy (ESFT), trauma- focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), addictions treatment, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and individuals (EFT). She is also fluent in ASL sign language. Ms. Moore holds a MS in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College and is currently a doctoral candidate completing her dissertation for the Marriage and Family Doctorate degree at Eastern University.

Aspen McMillan, MA, NCC

Hybrid Psychotherapist

Aspen McMillan is a pre-licensed clinician working toward professional licensure under Jennifer A. McPherson's supervision. She received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Rowan University in South Jersey. During her time at Rowan, Aspen competed as a 5x All-American on the Women's Track and Field team, sat on the NCAA Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and claimed the university's indoor 60-meter hurdle record. She went on to receive her M.A. in Counseling from Northwestern University.

Aspen has experience working with families, young adults, athletes, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities through a psychodynamic lens of therapy. She believes there is significance in exploring the details that make up the full picture of your life. Her goal is to create a genuine space, free of judgment, to connect with her clients as they learn about themselves and the lifestyle they want to lead. She has helped clients identify and manage anxiety, depression, trauma, body image, social skills and coping skills, adjustment, and racial disparities.

Personal growth isn't easy; It requires deep self-reflection, awareness and consistency. Aspen enjoys supporting her clients in the unique journey of discovering their full potential. She looks forward to expanding her skillset in trauma informed therapy, DBT, sex therapy and couples therapy as she pursues licensure.

Frantz Allan Jean-Baptiste, MFT

Hybrid Psychotherapist

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Frantz helps clients to reframe negative experiences into life-altering opportunities where growth, healing, and resiliency can occur. Through co-discovery, you will pursue the awareness and mindset necessary for authentic living. Everyone possesses the innate capability to be happy and form long-lasting, healthy relationships. He will assist in fostering the tools necessary for such. He utilizes an integrative approach that focuses on meeting his clients' outcomes. He is well versed in numerous evidence-based therapy modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Structural Family Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) to work with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anger, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. Being a Haitian American therapist allows him to be culturally humble and inquisitive. In addition, he serves his clientele in both English and Creole. Let's discover together what the best version of yourself can accomplish.

Alicia Erwin, MA

Hybrid Psychotherapist

Alicia is an authentic a pre-licensed therapist with extensive experience in providing support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. In addition to her expertise in trauma-informed services, she has worked across various levels of care, including adult partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Alicia holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia and a master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College in Bryn Mawr, PA.

Specializing in BIPOC & LGBTQIA adult clients facing a multitude of challenges, Alicia addresses issues such as anxiety, depression, existential crises, spirituality exploration, work-related stress, race/gender related stress, identity crisis, life transitions, grief, women's issues, and family/romantic relationships. She utilizes a range of therapeutic modalities including holistic care , emphasizing a client-centered, mind-body, and strengths-based approach while bringing a unique, anti-colonial and anti-oppressive perspective to the field of mental health. Alicia firmly believes in the collaborative nature of therapy, fostering a safe and empathetic environment where clients can explore all facets of themselves. Her ultimate goal is to support clients in achieving overall wellness across all dimensions of their lives. For those seeking guidance and support on their mental health journey, Alicia is committed to providing a compassionate and effective therapeutic partnership.

Remote Team

Cindy Charles, LMFT

Psychology Intern Supervisor/Remote Psychotherapist

My name is Cindy Charles and I am a Marriage and Family Therapist. I am honored to provide Individual, Couples and Family Therapy. I believe that our experiences shape how we understand and respond to the world and our relationships.  How we choose to respond can help us move forward or it can cause us to generate and continuously reproduce cycles of brokenness. My experience ranges from providing outpatient services to Individuals, families and couples; Family Based services; Residential Reunification treatment to providing Brief Solution Focused Consultations through EAP services.

While supporting individuals, couples and families, I found the value of healing and self-worth. Through the process of therapy, the cycle of brokenness will not only be repaired but also restored. Picture living with someone without a clear sense of their experiential view of the world. The best way to understand the system is to understand the functioning of the system and how it functions (individually and collectively.) The process of therapy is not only a moment of reflection of others influence on you but also your influence on others. External transformation can only begin with an internal shift and that shift can start with you.

Whether I am working in individual, couples, or with families; your internal assessment is only as strong as your external influence. I believe that the more you build your inner strength your exterior naturally transforms. Through this transformation, the internal feelings of pain, hurt, guilt, shame etc. that affects your exterior will begin to bring feelings of Hope, Love, Peace and Joy towards a more purpose filled and prosperous future. We will travel together on this road of transformation. This journey will help you expose your patterns and challenge you to reestablish new patterns to accompany the new you. Through patience, empathy, understanding and hope, we are ready to motivate your will to change.


Raymond Du


Raymond Du is a Philadelphia native and an Intern at McPherson Clinical & Consulting Services with a focus on Person Centered and Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic (CBT) approaches. He has a Bachelor's degree in Psychological and Social Sciences from Penn State Abington. Raymond is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Diverse and Underserved Communities at Chestnut Hill College. Raymond has experience working with adolescents and youth as a Therapeutic Support Staff in school, camp, and home settings, where he spent two years working. He has experience with helping clients manage and deal with anxiety, stress, trauma, and developing coping skills. He now studies to expand his scope having coursework in LGBTQ counseling, substance use and addictions counseling, trauma, and psychotherapy.

Seneca Rain Foy

Seneca Foy is a New Jersey native with a B.A. in Sociology from Clemson University. She is currently pursuing an M.A. at the University of Pennsylvania in School & Mental Health Counseling. She is passionate about providing accessible therapeutic care to BIPOC & LGBTQIA+ communities, and does so by creating a safe space for the unique personal experiences and intersectional identities of her clients. Her experience ranges from providing behavioral health to adolescents and youth, to mental health and overall care of the senior population. The experience she has gained from working with diverse
populations allows her to approach counseling with a broader scope on life.

Seneca has a person-centered approach to counseling and it is through this therapeutic orientation that she has been able to build meaningful relationships with clients that are conducive to therapeutic progress. As a self-proclaimed "student of life," Seneca hopes to not only be able to help enlighten clients, but to also discover more about herself in the process as well.