Our Leadership Team

Dr. Catherine Radosevich - Supervising Psychologist

Dr. Catherine Radosevich is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois. She earned her B.A. in Clinical Psychology at University of Illinois at Chicago before going on to her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Adler University. Her graduate research focused on the intersections of substance use, self-harm, and changes in emotional regulation behaviors during and after substance use treatment. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and Illinois Psychological Association. While working in therapeutic day schools for three consecutive years, she received extensive training in working therapeutically with children and families who are neuroatypical, with diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorder [ASD] and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD]. She is now working full time in private practice and also finds great joy in helping people of all ages with trauma, mood disorders, relationship conflicts, life adjustments, or difficulties with grief and loss. She provides individual, couples, and family therapy as well as co-leads psychoeducational groups for parents. Dr. Radosevich uses psychodynamic and integrated approaches to therapy by using both theoretical and cultural frameworks to understand and support her clients. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to foreign countries, preparing vegan food, and caring for her senior guinea pig.

Dr. Samantha Soll - Supervising Psychologist

Dr. Samantha Soll is a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of Illinois. She began her education by earning her B.S. at the University of Iowa, where she was part of a research team focusing on the development of spatial perception and spatial memory in children. Dr. Soll holds a Master's degree and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Adler University. Her research at Adler University focused on how to improve the training of therapists to better work with LGBTQ+ populations. In practice, Dr. Soll specializes in working with those who have experienced trauma, domestic violence, and postpartum depression, as well as with the LGBTQ+ community in general. Dr. Soll has experience working in a variety of settings, such as schools, community centers, and trauma treatment centers. These experiences have given her unique perspectives to guide her work with both clients and in supervision. Dr. Soll practices from an interpersonal and Adlerian approach to therapy, and also utilizes other clinical approaches when appropriate. She greatly values working with her clients, developing a healthy therapeutic relationship, and watching people grow. In her free time she enjoys maintaining her indoor and outdoor gardens, cooking projects, being with her family, and laughter.

Dr. Gregory Bozza - Psychotherapist & Administrative Coordinator

Dr. Bozza is a graduate of the doctoral program in clinical psychology at Adler University — and psychotherapist at Andersonville Behavioral Health where he has been a staff therapist for several years. Gregory earned his B.A. in psychology from Saint Leo University, and then earned an M.A. in counseling psychology from the Adler University. Gregory has engaged in many philanthropic endeavors during both his professional and personal lives, and has worked in a variety of clinical settings with diverse populations including children/adolescents, in a therapeutic day-school, in forensic and acute inpatient settings, in primary care settings and with patients experiencing developmental delays. Gregory subscribes to an integrative approach to treatment with an emphasis on contemporary psychodynamics and object relations. His clinical interests include psychological assessment, personality disorders, mood disturbances, and trauma. In his free time, Gregory is a musician and enjoys both listening to and creating music.

Our Clinicians

Noah Thorne, MA

My approach to clinical work is relational first and foremost. We, as therapist and client, will work together as a team toward goals, whatever they may be. I act as a guide, assisting clients on their path through life, toward building a life they want to live. I do not pretend to know any more about a clients’ life than they do, as they are the expert and narrator of their journey. I have experience in many clinical areas including incarcerated adults, families experiencing intergenerational trauma, 2SLGBTQIAP+ folx, neurodivergence/autism spectrum disorder, pediatric and adult ADHD, and complex childhood trauma. These are not mutually exclusive and my clinical approach affords clients the opportunity to be affirmed holistically while collaborating on a treatment approach that meets their unique lived experience. As a member of the 2SLGBTQIAP+ community, I have insight into the experiences of a number of diverse groups. Even so, I strive to integrate evidence-based research, scholarly sources of understanding, and professional insights. I am a queer, neurodivergent, Jewish nonbinary individual. As such, it is important to me that both of us bring every aspect of ourselves into the therapeutic context. Outside of clinical work, I enjoy finding and cooking new recipes, sharing moments with my two cats (Star and Goose), reading the latest in fantasy and science fiction, and playing tabletop role-playing games with friends.

Mel Feith, BA

Melanie is a second-year doctoral student in the Psy.D. Clinical Psychology program at Adler University. She graduated from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and a minor in communication studies. Before joining ABH, she was a research assistant for a sexual assault/sexual health lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for one year. Melanie also interned as a community support mentor for children and adolescents aged 8-15 who attended Chicago Public Schools within the South side of Chicago for two years. Melanie’s primary areas of interest include diagnostic and psychological assessments within LGBTQIA+ populations. In her free time, Melanie enjoys listening to music, spending time at the lake, and playing piano.

Jen Gottardo, MS

Jen, a native Michigander, is a second-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Adler University with an emphasis in traumatic stress psychology. Prior to her current studies at Adler, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University in 2019. Then, she earned her Master of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Psychology at Michigan State University in 2021. During her time at Michigan State, she completed her thesis on perceptions of parents and burnout in high school coaches. Prior to Andersonville Behavioral Health, Jen was an assistant coach at Lansing Community College for the cross country and track teams. Additionally, she was also a student-athlete learning assistant at Michigan State, where she met with athletes in order to help with study skills, organization, and academic performance. Her primary clinical interests include depression, anxiety, burnout, and positive youth development. In her free time you can find her getting 10,000 steps in on the Lakefront Trail, listening to country music, or playing with her dachshund Ellie.

Matt Lujan B.A.

Matt is in his second year of doctoral studies in clinical psychology at Adler University. He earned his B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan in 2021, where he studied early intervention strategies for adolescents at risk for developing Major Depression Disorder. Matt grew up in Grosse Pointe Park, a suburb that borders East Detroit, but attended school within the City of Detroit from kindergarten through his high school graduation. Due to years of witnessing the vast disparity in wealth and resources between the suburbs and Detroit, Matt is committed to equitable care and restorative justice. He is especially devoted to combatting structural racism in his professional, Adlerian capacity and through his activism with grassroots organizations in Detroit and Chicago. He subscribes to the philosophy that the alleviation of societal ills and the progression of systemic change can contribute to the prevention of mental health crises for countless people. Matt’s primary areas of interest include Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. In his free time, he enjoys reading, powerlifting, listening to music, and being with his friends.

Matthew Muracco, M.A.

Matthew is a fourth-year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Adler University. Matthew graduated from Penn State Scranton in 2019 with his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Prior to Andersonville Behavioral Health, Matthew worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital where he conducted psychological assessments primarily with adolescents. Matthew also performed group therapy sessions with adolescents and adults, covering such topics as mood disorders, aggression, impulse control, and trauma. Matthew’s approach to therapy is to establish a nonjudgmental empathic space with the patient while building a collaborative treatment plan as he views the patient as the best expert on their own experiences. Matthew’s clinical interests include positive psychology, mindfulness, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. In his free time, Matthew enjoys going to the movies, playing video games with his friends, and rooting for the Buffalo Bills.

Emma Zaknoun, BS

Emma is in the second year of her doctoral studies in clinical psychology at Adler University. She received a Bachelor of Science in psychology with highest distinction from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana in 2021. Before starting at ABH she externed with a nonprofit organization called Council of International Programs Chicago where she promoted international and local connections and communications. Emma’s primary areas of clinical interest include anxiety and trauma disorders. In her free time, Emma enjoys reading novels, playing recreational volleyball, and spending time with friends and family.

Tricia Fox, B.A.

Tricia is a second-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Adler University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2021. Tricia's clinical interests include the LGBTQ+ population, the intellectually gifted, and trauma, especially adults who experienced childhood trauma. She believes in an integrative therapeutic approach involving psychoanalytic and CBT theories with a strong emphasis on the value of the therapeutic alliance. Before settling in the Jefferson Park neighborhood Tricia called Andersonville home and is excited to be back in the community she holds dear. Outside of the office, Tricia enjoys international travel, motorcycling, crocheting, and creating and teaching as a metalsmith.

Bailey Jorgenson, B.A.

Bailey is a third-year doctoral student at Adler University, in the Child and Adolescent emphasis. Bailey received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Southwest Minnesota State University in 2019. Before coming to ABH, Bailey worked in a variety of settings including an adolescent inpatient unit and the Catholic school system in Chicago. She has experience in comprehensive, school-based assessment for learning disorders, ADHD, anxiety, depression, complex trauma, and other behavior concerns. Bailey is primarily interested in working with both children and adolescents, as well as diagnostic and psychological assessment. Additional clinical interests include complex trauma, behavioral disorders, and play therapy techniques. In her free time, Bailey enjoys spending time with her family, her animals, and readin

Yi Chen, B.A.

Yi is a second-year graduate student in the clinical mental health counseling program at DePaul University. He is born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, and came to the United States in 2013. He graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Fine Arts Degree focusing on mixed media, painting, and ceramic. Previously, Yi has worked with Chicago Survivor Parents for group therapy sessions and has designed and taught classes that combined Arts and English for children from Taiwan. Yi is passionate about working with individuals who are being challenged with depression, anxiety, substance use issues, trauma, family conflict, sexual trauma, and racial issues. He is eager to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, and immigrants as well as other marginalized groups. Yi’s therapeutic approach combines Adlerian psychology, Person-Centered Theory as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In his free time, Yi enjoys traveling, art-making, cooking, exercising, spending time with his dog Laifu and discovering new movies and music.

Hannah Waldman, M.A.

Hannah is a third-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Adler University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology, neuroscience, and political science from Hiram College in 2020. Prior to Andersonville Behavioral Health, she conducted psychological assessments and facilitated group therapy at an inpatient psychiatric hospital with primarily adolescents and adults. These groups centered around topics such as the development of coping skills, relapse prevention, and self-esteem building. Throughout her prior experience, Hannah worked with a range of ethnicities, ages, and diagnoses. Hannah’s clinical interests include mood disorders, personality disorders, and religious trauma. She practices in an integrative and collaborative fashion, aiming to empower individuals and promote a better understanding of the self. Hannah enjoys painting and embroidery, reading, listening to music, learning new things, and going to amusement parks in her free time.

Lena Mueller, M.A.

Lena is in the third year of her doctoral studies in clinical psychology at Adler University. She graduated from the University of Chicago in 2019 with a B.A. in psychology. Before coming to Andersonville Behavioral Health, Lena completed her diagnostic externship conducting neuropsychological assessments with adults and children. Lena's primary areas of interest include mood and anxiety disorders along with OCD and autism spectrum disorder. In her free time, Lena enjoys visiting neighborhood coffee shops, reading, and spending time with her cats.

Sophia Villenas, B.S.

Sophia graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience. Sophia is in her final year of graduate school in the clinical mental health counseling program at DePaul University. Sophia currently works with couples, adults, adolescents, and children regarding issues like depression, phase of life changes, anxiety, emotional disturbances, trauma, women’s issues, grief, and more. Sophia approaches each client with openness and curiosity. Sophia hopes to work with clients to increase connection with self and others. Sophia’s therapeutic approach includes psychodynamic and other methods, where she explores with the client how past experiences often create obstacles in their present life.

Kier Garner, B.A.

Kier is a second-year graduate student in the clinical mental health counseling program at Adler University. He earned his B.A. in psychology from Lyon College in 2017. Before coming to Andersonville Behavioral Health, he worked with men who experienced domestic violence at the Taylor House Men’s Shelter. He has also done work with the youth of low- income families. He is passionate about working with individuals who struggle with sexuality and racial issues, depression, anxiety, grief, and adjusting to major life transitions. Kier strives to create a safe and supportive space to explore all the identities of oneself. Outside of clinical work, Kier enjoys reading novels and poetry, listening to music, all things food, and working out.

Aelijah Lynch, B.A., MDiv

Aelijah joins Andersonville Behavioral Health as they finish their MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adler University. Previously, they earned a BA in Religions Studies from American University in Washington, DC, and a MDiv from the University of Chicago.    Aelijah comes to counseling as a second-career with unique life experiences. They worked with human rights activists from Southeast Asia and 2SLGBTQIAP+ advocates for religious rights in the US. Aelijah has also volunteered in services to people experiencing housing instability and homelessness (specifically BIPOC adults and Trans youth), as well as services for undergraduate students. In Chicago, they have worked in the hospitality industry for several years, from dives to Michelin-starred restaurants. As a Disabled person themselves, Aelijah is eager to work with disabled and chronically ill people, as well as frontline medical professionals. Their primary clinical interests are gender-affirming care, trauma, grief, anxiety and mood disorders. They are also poly- and kink- affirming, and affirming of religious/spiritual experiences, whether positive or traumatic. Relational-Cultural Theory, Person-Centered Theory, and Acceptance and Commitment Theory guide Aelijah’s integrative therapeutic approach.    Aelijah has lived in Andersonville with their severely anxious dog, Tucker, for almost a decade. For fun, they enjoy the company of their Trans friends, playing video games, visiting former coworkers at restaurants across the city, and watching sports.

Kate Naudin, M.A., LPC

Kate is a doctoral student at Adler University, embarking on her Psy D in Clinical Psychology. Before continuing her education toward her doctoral degree, Kate received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adler University, becoming an LPC in IL. Kate’s primary areas of interest include mood and anxiety disorders, complex trauma, and behavioral concerns. Outside of the office, Kate enjoys traveling, photography, and spending time with her cat, Oliver.