About Revive Wellness

Revive Wellness - Conshohocken Counseling

Leiza Stanley, LCSW

Leiza Stanley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the owner of Revive Wellness. Leiza earned a Master of Social Work from Temple University and has undergraduate degrees in Sociology, Child Development and Family Relations. Prior to opening Revive Wellness in 2016, Leiza accumulated more than 15 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings to include domestic violence and sexual assault shelters, an inpatient psychiatric hospital, a partial hospital, and an intensive outpatient setting. Leiza has been published in local media, is a member the board of American Association for Anorexia and Bulimia (AABA) – Philadelphia Chapter, and has appeared on local and national television to promote eating disorder awareness and provide assessment of adolescent behavior.

Leiza believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship and that people are capable of incredible change. Leiza specializes in treating eating disorders, trauma, addictions, relationship issues, and women’s health. Leiza is rooted in the philosophy that therapy is about claiming or reclaiming one’s authentic self.

Areas of Specialty Include:

  • Addictive behaviors
  • Anxiety & Panic Disorders 
  • Co-dependency 
  • Depression 
  • Divorce
  • Eating Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Parenting & Co-parenting
  • Self Harm 
  • Sex Addiction & Partners of Sex Addiction 
  • Women's Health Issues

Dr. Candace Irabli, PsyD, MEd

Dr. Candace Irabli, PsyD, MEd, obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and her master's degree in Human Sexuality Studies at Widener University. In her training, she has worked clinically with a myriad of patient populations, including, but not limited to, patients diagnosed with eating disorders, substance use disorders, severe mood disorders, and psychotic disorders. She has presented clinical work in professional conferences in the US and abroad, and published an article in 2015 in a local newspaper to support families in coping with their loved ones’ unacknowledged substance use issues. As a therapist, she is invested in supporting her clients live a fuller and fulfilling life, which often means examining the ways that emotional pain keeps us from feeling connected and deserving. Insight invites change, and change promotes healing. In both group and individual psychotherapy, Candace gently guides her clients toward self-understanding and change-making, toward living a life more consistent with their values and potential.

Jillian Mozitis, RD, LDN

Jillian is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for helping people change their lives by developing a healthy relationship with food. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology at East Stroudsburg University. After seeing how much of an impact nutrition has on wellness, she decided to complete her dietetic internship through La Salle University’s Coordinated Program in Dietetics. Currently, Jillian is pursuing her Master’s in Social Work to provide nutrition psychotherapy.

Madeline Gray, LSW

Madeline completed her BA in Education Studies and Creative Writing at DePauw University in Indiana. After several years as an academic counselor in Chicago-area high schools, she completed her MSW from the University of Pennsylvania in 2015. Madeline has provided individual, family, and group therapy in inpatient, outpatient, and schools in the greater Philadelphia area, and is thrilled to continue growing with the Revive Wellness team.

Madeline is a warm, compassionate therapist who believes every person deserves to feel seen, accepted, and validated. Madeline’s approach is primarily relational and psychodynamic, interwoven with elements of CBT, DBT, mindfulness and narrative therapy. Madeline is also an experienced yoga instructor trained in trauma-informed, recovery-oriented yoga practices, and she integrates mind-body connection and holistic wellness into therapy as indicated. Madeline enjoys working with both adolescents and adults. She is particularly passionate about helping people who are struggling with eating disorders, addiction, trauma, grief & loss, anxiety, depression, life transitions and relationship issues.