Angela is a licensed clinical social worker who has been in the field since 2013 after graduating with her MSW from Rutgers University. Angela’s career began in the realm of domestic violence advocacy, an area for which she has been passionate since her days at Rutgers. She has since worked in emergency rooms, partial hospitalization programs, and outpatient settings. Angela utilizes an eclectic approach (including but not limited to CBT, DBT informed, and Person-centered therapies), tailored to best meet the client’s needs. She believes that every person is an expert in their own experience and feels honored to be able to help guide her clients towards healing.
When she is not working, Angela enjoys spending time her family and rescue dog, Maverick, as well as going to the beach. She also loves animals and has a passion for advocacy.
Education and Certifications
BA in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park
MSW from Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Certificate from Rutgers University in Violence Against Women and Children
SIFI certificate to supervise MSW students
Clinical Supervision Certificate from NASW to supervise LSW’s towards their clinical licenseIn her formal education, Angela discovered a passion for the realm of domestic violence advocacy and treatment. Although she has moved away from working in an domestic violence agency, advocacy for survivors and other women’s issues continue to hold a special place in her heart.Angela recently received her clinical supervision certificate from NASW, which allows her to supervise current LSW’S who are working towards their clinical license. Angela is enjoying giving back to the profession and getting to work with those who may just be starting out in the field.
Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?
I have always had a passion for mental health. I feel honored to be entrusted with my clients’ stories and to be able to help guide them towards healing themselves and loving themselves. It is beautiful to watch a client grow throughout your time together, and I find joy in helping others live more fulfilled lives.
I also feel strongly about helping to reduce the stigma of mental health so that all people can get the support they need.