Sage — noun: A profoundly wise person.

The person who resided within you all along.

Founded by Angelina N. Nortey, Ph.D., Sage Wellness and Consulting was created as a gift of gratitude to her ancestors for their resilience and wisdom. 

For centuries, Black and Brown people have relied on wisdom as a means of survival. However, survival isn’t enough. At Sage Wellness and Consulting, we believe you deserve to thrive and create a life of meaning, regardless of the obstacles you may experience along the way. Our practice of wellness goes beyond the traditional medical model and transcends social media fads. 

In communities of color, thriving is often associated with the pursuit of achievement. We possess intellectual gifts and so much more.

Tending to your overall wellness and mental health is vital. Have you ever wondered how your identity impacts your daily life—your mood, relationships, career, and more? Do you trust yourself enough to make well-informed decisions that help create the life of purpose and joy you deserve? 

Whether you realize it or not, you already possess the wisdom you need to overcome the societal, historical, and generational issues that have shaped your current reality. This wisdom is the magic that already resides within you.

We’re here to help you discover the innate wisdom that will serve you for the rest of your life. Our licensed therapists include professionals who look like you, see you, and understand you. We’re committed to helping you heal and grow when you need it the most.


Angelina N. Nortey, Ph.D.

Angelina N. Nortey, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia metropolitan area. She is also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Dr. Nortey believes that every individual possesses the wisdom to be their truest self, and her therapy style is warm, compassionate, and authentic. She is a mental health practitioner with a strong understanding of systems, including schools.

She cares deeply about how societal systems impact Black and Brown people and is well-versed in social justice, racial disparities in childhood education, and life-changing events of young adulthood.


In addition to her work as a therapist, Dr. Nortey is experienced in teaching clinical and school psychology classes as an adjunct instructor, serving on several committees that are social action, social justice, and diversity oriented; and supervising mental health clinicians, including professional counselors and psychology associates. 

Dr. Nortey has a Bachelors of Arts in psychology (with a minor in Africana Studies) from Binghamton University, and she received her doctorate in school psychology from the University of Florida.

Tiffany A. Campbell, Ph.D.

Tiffany A. Campbell, Ph.D. is a school psychologist and registered psychology resident specializing in issues regarding adolescents, young adults, school, trauma, and PTSD. She believes a healed self creates the possibility of reconciliation with others and an understanding of relationships.

Dr. Campbell provides every client with a safe space to be their true self, address their concerns, and find their voice. For teens, specifically, she enhances their problem-solving skills so they learn how to confidently make good decisions. Her therapy approach is informed by cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, and psychodynamic therapies, which results in a therapy style that is empathic, warm, and authentic.


Additionally, Dr. Campbell is experienced in working with adolescents in school settings using trauma-based approaches to support healthy development into young adulthood. She received her doctorate in school psychology from Indiana University.