As the co-founder and former Associate Director of God's Appalachian Partnership, Inc., Angie provided spiritual, emotional, and physical support for individuals and families in Appalachia, KY for fourteen years. During this time, Angie found that her passion was walking along side of people in difficult situations to help them find a pathway to hope and healing from painful life experiences.
In 2014, Angie joined Hope Counseling Clinic as the administrative assistant as she passionately pursued a career as a mental health counselor. She is currently obtaining her Master's degree in Counseling Psychology at Palm Beach Atlantic University and working as a graduate student intern at Hope Counseling Clinic.
Having transitioned through many stages of life, some that have been very difficult, Angie has experienced life as both a parent and a caregiver. She has also served in ministry for 14 years and knows both the rewards and stresses that can result. Gaining wisdom from her experiences, she understands the importance of having someone willing to walk with individuals through their pain. She believes everyday life and relationships can be enriched as one learns ways to cope more easily with conflict and difficulty.
Angie has been married for 33 years. She and her husband have raised three boys, all of which are married with families of their own. She enjoys adventure through travel, trying new cuisine, and treasures time spent with family; however, she also cherishes quiet times to walk on the beach or curl up with a good book.
Angie counsels adults dealing with the following issues:
You may contact Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-973-9919 to schedule an appointment.