Angie holds a bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology as well as a master’s degree in Counseling. Due to her particular interest in the impact of trauma on development and overall wellbeing she also obtained specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR). Angie has used this approach to help clients heal from past trauma and create more adaptive and healthy futures. Prior to Innercept, Angie worked as a therapist in community mental health in rural Pennsylvania as well as a therapist at an adolescent therapeutic boarding school in rural Montana.
With enthusiasm and genuine care for others, Angie brings an interactive approach to both individual and group therapy that encourages lasting impact rather than brief symptom reduction. Angie has experience working with individuals struggling from a variety of diagnoses and understands the benefits of a tailored treatment approach for each resident.
Angie truly believes that therapy doesn’t only happen in an office. Angie has led many backpacking groups into West Virginia’s wilderness and looks forward to doing similar trips in the northwest. She shares her passion for exercise, appreciation for music and love of nature with all of those around her.