Angela has worked in social services for over ten years. Her professional experience includes working with youth in DHS custody, therapeutic foster care, independent living and community at-risk programs. Angela provides a variety of services, including individual, family and group counseling with emphasis on self-identity, building self-esteem, and facilitating effective communication skills in family settings. Additionally, she is a certified case manager and has been a strong advocate for the clientele she serves. Throughout her professional journey, Angela has collaborated with the department of human services, office of juvenile affairs, Enid Public School system, and various home health agencies.
Angela is the proud mother of two successful sons and became a mental health professional due to her deep desire to empower culturally diverse populations, single parents, women and their families alike. Angela has a passion for working with women. She leads the women’s group Codependence to Independence (Empowering women and their true self).