Meet Our Team
Monica T. Campbell, Ph.D. is a Philadelphia based licensed psychologist. Dr. Campbell received her Master and Doctoral degrees in Psychology from Drexel University. She completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship through the Harvard University School of Medicine.
Dr. Campbell is certified as a “Skilled Cognitive Therapist in Community Mental Health Settings” by the Beck Initiative Training Program. She has served as an adjunct faculty member at Drexel University, LaSalle University and currently at Arcadia University. Dr. Campbell has contributed to articles in Essence Magazine and Milestones Newspaper. She currently serves on the Maternal Mortality Review Board, which aims to identify strategies to reduce the incidence of maternal deaths among Philadelphia women.
Khalida Sethi, LCSW – Born to immigrant parents and growing up multilingual in Farsi/Dari, and English has allowed Khalida Sethi, LCSW to develop a unique approach to psychotherapy. Her personal and academic experiences have helped her to appreciate the unique coping tools people bring to the table. Often, these coping tools are learned through cultural practices or personal beliefs deeply integral to the clients’ identity. Khalida believes that it is important to foster this intuitive well of healing, strength, and resilience and to also empower clients with new tools, so that they can better cope with issues such as stress, depression and anxiety.
A licensed clinical social worker, trained at Widener University, her approach to psychotherapy is trauma informed, client-centered, and has a social justice lens. As a social justice advocate, Khalida is deeply cognizant of how societal, political, and other institutional forces can influence mental health. Her approach allows clients to explore these socio-political issues as well as any other issues they may be facing in everyday life. The goal is to have a holistic approach to healing so that clients can reduce symptoms, meet goals, strengthen supports and overcome everyday stress as well as past trauma.