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Our Leadership

Stefanie Glick, LSW, MSS, MA, CPS

Executive Director, Creator of the LiveWell Program®

Drawing on a diverse professional career that spans over 30 years, as well as her personal experience of living well with depression, Stefanie co-founded and currently leads the LiveWell Foundation.


In addition to serving in leadership roles in various nonprofit organizations, Stefanie has established a reputation as a program design expert, and her innovative life-skills curricula and after-school programs have been offered to a million adults and youth across the globe. 


In 2016 - after identifying a surprising (and alarming!) paucity of community support options for people living with depression - Stefanie turned her attention to psychosocial education and created the LiveWell Program.  With the mentorship of Dr. Aaron T. Beck, Stefanie launched her first LiveWell depression support group in Philadelphia in 2017. To date, she has also created LiveWell edcuational-based programs for teens, seniors, adults living with co-occurring depression and addictive behaviors, and physicians.


Stefanie currently provides private therapy to individuals. She holds a Masters degree from Bryn Mawr's Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research - where she completed internships as a therapist at University of Pennsylvania's Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic and on the dual-diagnosis inpatient unit at Friends Hospital - and is also a Certified Peer Specialist. She also holds a Masters degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and a Bachelors degree from the Univ. of Colorado-Boulder. Stefanie is a playwright and member of the Dramatists Guild of America.

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Karina Wiener, MSS, LSW

Director of Programs and Operations

Karina combines her organizational skills, clinical training, and lived experience with depression and anxiety to empower people to live well. Karina began volunteering with LiveWell while pursuing her Master's degree in Social Work, and has served as a peer facilitator, peer mentor, and supported the Executive Director with curriculum development and program coordination before stepping into the role of Program Director.


Karina currently also works as a LiveWell therapist. While pursuing her Master's in Social Services from Bryn Mawr, Karina completed internships as a case manager at Women of Change at Project HOME, and as a therapist at University of Pennsylvania's Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic (where she met Stefanie!). After graduating, Karina worked at the PEACE Program at Horizon House providing therapy, case management, and bilingual family support to young adults experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Through various professional and volunteer positions, Karina has centered the needs and voices of service recipients, increased organizational transparency, and addressed issues of equity and inclusion.


Karina is originally from San Diego, California. She holds a BS in Chemistry from Haverford College, and is currently working to support LGBTQ+ community members by serving on the steering committee of the Rainbow Quorum alumni affinity group.

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