Dr. Angela Liddie serves as a therapist and clinical supervisor. Angela earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a Master of Social Work from Howard University in Washington, DC.  Dr. Liddie also obtained a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Pastoral Counseling and a Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision from Loyola University Maryland. Dr. Liddie specializes in the integration of spirituality and religion into psychotherapy and clinical supervision. 


Aneesha Perkins is from the south suburbs of Illinois.  She obtained her Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Trinity Christian College in 2018. Recently, Aneesha received her Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington, D.C. Aneesha graduated from Hampton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. She is a third-year clinical psychology doctoral student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington D.C. Aneesha currently serves as a COVID-19 task force member and student representative of the Diversity, Social Justice, and Inclusion committee with the D.C. Psychological Association. Her clinical interests include intergenerational trauma, mindfulness, women’s matters, self-care, emotional intimacy, and children’s matters.



Jamila Hymon is a therapist with the Restoration Center, Inc. Mrs. Hymon earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Maryland, College Park located in College Park, MD and a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from Argosy University in Washington, DC. Mrs. Hymon’s passion is helping persons who have experienced difficult childhoods or life circumstances thrive. She strives to create a warm and welcoming environment for the clients she serves, and integrates spirituality and religion into therapy, as requested