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About the Providers

Providers at Southampton Psychiatric Associates


Margaret D. Sayers, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with expertise in cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. In recent years, she has expanded her training with emphasis on the use of mindfulness, acceptance, and attachment-focused therapy. She received her graduate training in clinical psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she specialized in the evaluation and treatment of children and families. She completed her training at Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute/Medical College of Pennsylvania. She has been in private practice since 1992 and an owner of Southampton Psychiatric Associates since 1998. Currently, Dr. Sayers works with adults, children, and families and leads therapy groups for parents and adult women. In addition, she provides clinical supervision, psychoeducational evaluations, classroom observations, and school consultations. She is on the faculty of Temple University and Temple University School of Medicine where she participates in the training of advanced clinical psychology graduate students and residents in psychiatry. Dr. Sayers is available to talk to community and school groups on a wide range of topics. You can read Dr. Sayers' blog here.


Razvan Tornea M.D is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who completed his psychiatric residency at Cooper Hospital/ University Medical Center in Camden, New Jersey, followed by a two year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Medical College of Philadelphia/Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute. He is board certified by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Tornea practiced inpatient and partial hospital psychiatry at several area hospitals before joining SPA in 1999. He has been a partner since 2002. Dr. Tornea's practice focuses on psychiatric evaluations and consultations as well as pharmacological treatment of most mental disorders. He has a particular interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders.


Rebecca Bubb, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who received her doctorate from Bryn Mawr College in Clinical Developmental Psychology and specializes in adolescents and young adults. Her training includes working with individuals and families primarily in outpatient settings, but also in schools, inpatient facilities, and mandated therapy settings. She specializes in working with adolescents and young adults but also works with families and adults. Dr. Bubb is experienced in treating individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship and family issues. She has a particular interest and training in working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Dr. Bubb's primary goal in working with a client or family is to understand their unique challenges and goals and to work with their strengths to find the best path forward. Some of the approaches she incorporates into the work include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, mindfulness-based approaches, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, family systems therapies, and parent training.


Mona Masood, DO is an American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry Certified general adult psychiatrist who completed her medical training at Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, VA and psychiatry residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. She has experience treating a diverse patient population from various socioeconomic, religious, and cultural backgrounds. She is trained in psychotherapies including Supportive, Interpersonal and Cognitive Behavioral therapies. Her special interests are Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and cultural effects and stigmas of mental illness and she has conducted outreach and presentations to the local and medical communities on these subjects. She also practices evidence-based medication management for most psychiatric disorders.


Suzanne M. Devine, M.A., L.P.C., CAADChas been an associate at SPA since 2008. She has over 25 years of experience working in the behavioral health field. She holds an MA from The College of New Jersey. Ms. Devine has an LPC and a Certificate in Advance Alcohol and Drug Counseling. She specializes in treating adolescents with mood disorders. She also treats adults and families with mood disorders, substance abuse and dependence and communication issues. She has training in gambling addiction. She also has advanced training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and in Mindfulness. Ms. Devine uses a cognitive behavioral approach.


Christina A Fantauzzo, a licensed psychologist who has been with Southampton Psychiatric Associates since 2000. She received her PhD from the University of Delaware in 1996. She completed a predoctoral internship at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children where she was trained in family systems interventions. Dr. Fantauzzo has experience working with children and adolescents in inpatient, partial hospital, and residential treatment settings.  Currently, she works with children, adolescents, adults and families in individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy.  She conducts social skills training groups for young children, school-aged children, middle school- aged children and high school students. She also leads Girls' Groups. Dr. Fantauzzo specializes in treating ADD/ADHD, early childhood behavior problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and depression and anxiety. She also works with learning disabilities and conducts psychoeducational evaluations for preschoolers, children, college students and adults. Dr. Fantauzzo uses a variety of approaches including cognitive behavior therapy, family systems therapies, parent training, play therapy, and behavior modification.


Jane Folk, M.S., L.P.C.has 30 years of experience in providing clinical services. She holds a BA in Psychology from The College of New Jersey and a Master's from Hahnemann/Drexel University. She sees clients of all ages. Ms. Folk specializes in the area of depression, anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety, PTSD, panic, and OCD using cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and mindfulness models. She worked and trained with Dr. Edna Foa at University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety. She is a certified exposure therapist and trainer. She completed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy intensive workshops at Omega Institute and completed a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teaching course through Thomas Jefferson University Medical Hospital. Ms. Folk incorporates mindfulness with CBT in her practice.


Daniel Kulper, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Temple University. Dr. Kulper helps individuals with a variety of mental health issues with specialties in anger/aggression, trauma, PTSD, sexual behavior problems, personality issues, and mood disorders. He also has a specialty in group psychotherapy and is the outgoing president of the Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society. Dr. Kulper has worked in a number of different settings including outpatient clinics, Veteran's hospitals, university clinics, and forensic settings. He currently works with adults and adolescents in both individual and group therapy. While he has specific training in cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and client-centered approaches, Dr. Kulper typically tailors his treatment to the needs of his clients and draws from multiple modalities. He believes that most individuals come by their problems honestly and often need new perspectives and coping skills to help navigate the inevitable problems of life.


Paul Linder, Ph.D. is a PA licensed psychologist and certified school counselor who has a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University. During his pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training, Dr. Linder specialized in the treatment and assessment of children/adolescents and their family members. Throughout his 20+ year professional career, Dr. Linder has provided counseling/therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of presenting issues. Dr. Linder joined the SPA practice in 2007. Prior to that time, he worked in a variety of settings, which included secondary schools, university counseling centers/clinics, residential treatment facilities, psychiatric hospitals, and community mental health centers. Since joining the SPA practice, he has worked full-time as a school counselor and privately as a consultant and clinician.


Emily Masko, MA, MS, LPC is a licensed professional counselor with a Master's Degree from Chestnut Hill College and a specialization in the treatment of trauma.  She is a member of the American Counseling Association. Ms. Masko has experience working with some of the most vulnerable and trauma intensive communities in Philadelphia and has worked in social service agencies, residential programs and community behavioral health clinics.  In 2007, Ms. Masko received a Master's Degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from Arcadia University and prior to working as a professional counselor, she traveled abroad to support community building in a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana and to study 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland.   Ms. Masko specializes in treating individuals who have experienced trauma including abuse, neglect, domestic violence, and assault as well as grief and loss, depression and anxiety disorders, particularly PTSD. She is a certified Prolonged Exposure therapist. She has an eclectic clinical orientation and utilizes a person centered approach. She tailors interventions to work in harmony with each client's personality, strengths, goals and culture.



Margaret A. Brnich-Ryan, M.A., L.P.C. has been an associate with Southampton Psychiatric Associates since 2004. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Gwynedd Mercy College and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Arcadia University. She is trained in individual, marital/couple, and group therapy. In the mental health field for most of her adult life, Ms. Ryan's experience in various settings (residential, inpatient, partial hospital, community mental health, and outpatient) has exposed her to a vast array of issues. Using cognitive behavioral therapy as a base, her approach with people is to meet them "where they are" and to help them feel more empowered by using mind, body and spirit in accordance with their own beliefs. She remains attentive to the new brain science as it pertains to emotional issues. As such, she particularly enjoys introducing her clients to the power of mindfulness and self-compassion, helping them to stand side by side with their often intense emotions and to learn that it is possible to honor and manage them. Ms. Ryan works with adult and older adult women and men who have depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, or who are adjusting to difficult life losses and changes. She also treats those who are learning to cope with their loved ones' addiction issues.


Lawrence J. Tonetti, Psy.D., L.P.C. holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College (specialization in Clinical Assessment) and a Master's Degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from La Salle University. He received a Certification in Eco-systemic Structural Family Therapy from the Philadelphia Child and Family Therapy Training Center in 2006 and has been licensed as a Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania since 2006. He joined Southampton Psychiatric Associates in 2013. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Tonetti has worked extensively with families, young children, adolescents, adults, and couples in diverse mental health settings, with individuals struggling with mental health disorders related to mood, anxiety, behavioral problems, psychosis, addiction, and others. Dr. Tonetti believes that self-acceptance and the ability to relate to others in healthy ways are the cornerstones to symptom reduction. As a result, his approach to both individual and family therapy centers largely on the creation of an open and safe environment within the therapeutic relationship, combined with cognitive-behavioral and insight-oriented techniques. In working with children and young adolescents, he also incorporates play and art therapy and emphasizes the involvement of the parents and family.


Jennifer M. Walling, M.A., L.M.F.T. is a licensed couples and family therapist who received a Master's in Family Therapy from Drexel University in 2010 and a Master's in Organizational Psychology with a specialization in conflict resolution from Columbia University in 2000. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and uses a systemic approach in her work with couples, families, and individuals. She specializes in treating clients and families who have experienced trauma, loss, or addiction to gambling or substances or are adjusting to life cycle changes including marriage, divorce, and launching children. Ms. Walling is also skilled in working with clients experiencing anxiety and mood disorders. She has a background in inpatient and outpatient settings and supervises students training to be family therapists.


Leorah Walsh, M.D. is an American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist. She completed her medical training at Thomas Jefferson University, psychiatry residency at Temple University Hospital, and her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship at UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to joining SPA, Dr. Walsh practiced outpatient psychiatry at UNC-Chapel Hill and at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia working with their First-Episode Psychosis Programs, Autism Integrated Care Clinic, Anxiety Disorders Clinic, and general Pediatric Psychiatry Clinic. Dr. Walsh has also previously engaged in research in Schizophrenia and in Autism and has been involved in the training and supervision of medical students and residents. Dr. Walsh has additional experience treating individuals with Developmental Disabilities, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, ADHD, medical causes of psychiatric illness, and co-occurring medical and psychiatric conditions. She uses a wide variety of therapeutic techniques. Her special interests include treatment of anxiety, depression, ADHD, and Autism using both psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy. Dr. Walsh is available to give talks to professional organizations and community groups on a wide range of topics including first episode psychosis and Autism Spectrum Disorders, among others.


Carol Ziegler, M.S.W. is a licensed clinical social worker who earned her Master's Degree from Rutgers University and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. She has over 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, couples and families. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics, school systems and family service agencies. Currently, she treats individual adults with mood and anxiety disorders. She has particular interest and expertise in women's issues including eating disorders, survivors of childhood sexual abuse, postpartum depression, divorce, "empty nest," perimenopause and grief. One current focus is developing healthy relationships with adult children and elderly parents. Her clinical orientation is an integration of psychodynamic, insight-oriented, and cognitive-behavioral therapies. Recent trainings include mindfulness and strategies to deal with insomnia.

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