Angelika strives to provide a comfortable therapeutic environment for all clients. She views each client as an individual and applies treatment methods specifically tailored to each client’s needs through an integrative approach. She affirms marginalized groups experiencing distress as a result of economic, political, environmental, and social oppression. Angelika employs a person centered and feminist orientation within her clinical practice while utilizing therapeutic techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, strength based, humanistic, and solution focused approaches.
Angelika’s background has allowed her to work with individuals experiencing clinical concerns ranging from anxiety and depression to mood disorders, trauma, grief & loss, anger management, racial identity, gender identity, sexuality, family & relationship issues, and life transitions. She is passionate about working with young to middle adult clients.
Angelika holds a Master’s of Education degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Cleveland State University and is currently working on her Doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Kent State University. Angelika’s previous clinical work includes community mental health, college settings, and private practice.
Angelika’s pronouns are she/her/hers.
Angelika works under the supervision of Dani Casterline-Proffitt