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Dr. Roya Khanali 

Founder & CEO

MS, MA, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Licensed in Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York

Dr. Roya Khanali, PsyD, is a bilingual clinical psychologist fluent in English and Farsi. She is licensed as a clinical psychologist in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Dr. Khanali provides therapy to adults in life transitions with various mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, body image issues, self-esteem difficulties, and trauma history. In addition, she provides psychological, neuropsychological, and cognitive assessments to her clients in both Farsi and English languages. Dr. Khanali has extensive experience working with culturally diverse clients. She has her bachelor’s degree in science in English-Farsi Translation. She received her first master’s degree in clinical psychology from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN. Her second master’s degree is in clinical psychology from American School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Khanali continued with her doctorate in APA accredited clinical psychology program at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington, DC. She has experience working with clients in multiple settings such as the court systems, employee assistance programs (EAP), private practices, psychiatric and behavioral health hospitals, and forensic and neuropsychological evaluation centers. She completed her post-doctoral training and received additional experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques for the full range of anxiety disorders.

Dr. Khanali's primary theoretical orientations are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,  Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Counseling, and Short-Term Psychoanalysis.

Additional Qualifications: 

Dr. Khanali is authorized under PSYPACT (E-Passport, Mobility Number: 8709) to provide Tele-Psychological Services across 38 states (DC, MD, NJ, DE, ...).

What is PSYPACT? It is an interstate compact that offers a voluntary expedited pathway for practice to qualified psychologists who wish to practice in multiple states. PSYPACT is designed to facilitate the practice of telepsychology across state boundaries. To practice telepsychology in PSYPACT states, psychologists licensed in PSYPACT states only can apply to the PSYPACT Commission for an Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional. 

Megan McNeill, MS
Licensed Social Worker


Hello! My name is Megan McNeill (she/her/hers) and I am a Licensed Social Worker. I firmly believe that with life's challenges, there is always light and positivity that can be found within ourselves. You are never alone on this journey called life and I hope we can work together to find the healthy coping skills and supports that work best for you! I have experience working in drug and alcohol services, child services, victim advocacy, and community-based case management. I completed my Bachelor's Degree at Penn State University in Psychology and my Master's Degree in Social Work at Marywood University. I most often use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Psychoanalytic therapy in my practice. If this sounds like a good fit for you, feel free to schedule a session today!​





Young Adults

Members of the LGBTQ+ community​






Life Transitions

Stress management​


Megan is under the supervision of Dr. Khanali and is working towards her license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. 


For an Appointment with Megan send an email to:

        Danna Lowrie, MS

     Social Worker 

Welcome!  I am a Canadian-American social worker who began my studies in Washington, DC.  I earned a B.A. in International Studies, with a minor in French language at American University. I am an avid world traveler, and spent one year volunteering with a social services organization working with refugees in Dakar, Senegal.  It was this experience that prompted me to pursue my MSW, which I completed at West Chester University in Philadelphia. 


My therapeutic practice is trauma-informed and tailored to an individual’s long and short-term goals.  I believe that working on unpacking the “emotional suitcase” we’ve been carrying since childhood is a lifelong process that is helped by learning tools from and being guided by a professional.  I primarily use CBT, Narrative Therapy, and DBT techniques in my work as a clinician.  





Young Adults



Generational Trauma

Complex Identities

Mood Disorders

Depression and Anxiety

Intersectional Parenting 


Danna is under the supervision of Dr. Khanali and is working towards her license as a Licensed Social Worker.

For an Appointment with Danna send an email to:

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Sheila Angha
Licensed Social Worker PA & VA

Welcome and thank you for being here. I am a 2nd generation, mixed-race licensed social worker, and yoga instructor. I graduated with a MSW from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in 2013 and have worked with a variety of marginalized populations in clinics, hospitals, schools, homes and group homes. I’ve completed over 500 hours of training in hatha yoga, trauma-informed yoga, yoga philosophy + social justice.

My therapeutic focus is to build a foundational framework to examine your multifaceted and complex life experiences through a trauma-informed lens. My goal is to offer support and resources to recognize and address how emotions effect the mind-body.

Carrying the weight of painful life experiences along with intersecting identities can feel heavy, isolating and overwhelming. Societal and cultural expectations, oppression, family dynamics, perfectionism, and simply not having a sense of belonging can ignite painful feelings of fear, shame, self-blame, guilt, grief, anger and so on. These feelings overtly and covertly affect how we function at work, school, and in relationships with ourselves and others.

Healing is a nonlinear process, it’s an ongoing life journey that takes patience, courage and compassion. As we examine the layers of your experiences, we’ll build accessible skills tailored to your unique needs and goals to help reach your highest potential. Your feelings and lived experiences are valid, you are the expert of your life.


BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)

Young adults





Racial, Generational and Cultural Trauma



Mood disorders

Depression and Anxiety

Perinatal and Postpartum Depression

Grief and loss 

Sheila is under the supervision of Dr. Khanali and is working towards her license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. 

For an Appointment with Sheila send an email to:

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Aetna, United Healthcare, Pennsylvania Blue Cross (Independence), Aetna EAP, Optum EAP, Veteran Affairs Community Care, Virginia Medicaid, Sentara Health Plans in Virginia, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield of New York

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