Continuing Education Committee
Thalia Y. Bishop, PsyD
A licensed psychologist in Maryland, Thalia Y. Bishop, Psy.D. is an approved/registered supervisor in Maryland for Licensed Graduate Professional Counselors (LGPC) and Psychology Associates. Dr. Bishop has a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland. In addition, she earned a Master’s degree in General Psychology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Her experience includes providing therapy services for adolescents and adults, and psychological/psychoeducational evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults in a culturally inclusive environment. Through the years, she has worked and volunteered with several organizations in Washington, D.C., and Maryland.
Dr. Bishop is the owner and CEO of a Maryland-based private practice, Phoenix Wellness Services LLC, providing therapeutic services to community members. Her research and clinical interests include working with members of marginalized groups, especially individuals and families impacted by incarceration, women, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Currently, Dr. Bishop also works full-time as a staff psychologist at a state hospital in Maryland, where she works with adults diagnosed with a range of serious mental illnesses (SMI). Many of the patients she works with are forensically/legally involved with the justice system. Additionally, she serves as the hospital’s Assistant Director of the Psychology Internship Training Program.
Anjali Dhar, PsyD
A psychologist in private practice, licensed in Oregon, Anjali Dhar, Psy.D. received a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland. Her work primarily focuses on BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ populations and emerging adults, as well as trauma and identity. Dr. Dhar previously worked in community mental health organizations serving Baltimore's LGBTQIA+ community, was a trainee at Morgan State University's counseling center, and focused on working with BIPOC communities. Dr. Dhar has also provided supervision for graduate students and other early career clinicians, as well as assisted with teaching classes focused on graduate student clinical training development, diversity, and assessment.
Omega P. Broderick, PsyD
A psychologist licensed in Maryland, Omega P. Broderick, Psy.D. has a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology, Washington DC at Argosy University. She has worked in various settings, hospitals, community mental health clinics, and private practice. A major focus of her work has been on providing trauma informed care for populations with severe mental illness (SMI). Dr. Broderick's work experience includes providing individual and group therapy, psychological testing, and individualized treatment plans for adults and adolescents. She is also the Director of an APA accredited Psychology Continuing Education team, where mental health professionals are provided knowledge of the latest advancements in the field, offered resources to improve professional competencies and to meet education requirements. Dr. Broderick provides supervision to graduate students through an APA accredited internship program and mentors early career clinicians. Her clinical interests include trauma, women with SMI, and treatment for marginalized populations.