Angie’s desire is to offer a nonjudgmental space for clients to share life’s struggles and victories.
She has experience working with adolescents and adults experiencing relational and emotional issues, codependency and boundary challenges, anxiety, depression, grief, and/or trauma. Angie also journeys with those experiencing issues with parenting, divorce, identity, communication, and questions of faith.
Using a client-centered, integrative approach, Angie also has specific training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, critical incidence stress management, and EMDR. Angie hopes to share solutions found in Christ but is ever mindful and respectful of the client’s history and hesitancies which can be addressed in order to experience hope and joy.
Angie is an Associate Professional Counselor who earned her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Armstrong Atlantic State University. She is under the supervision of Heather Cobb.
In her free time, Angie enjoys exploring beach towns or hunting waterfalls with her husband, having laughs with her kids, or reading a good book while snuggling with her cat and dog.