Angela Schellenberg is an LMHC Intern with extensive experience in Trauma, Grief, Loss, Anxiety, Depression and Childhood Trauma. Angela began her career as an elementary teacher. She is certified in grades K-8, with a reading endorsement. Angela has taught in Elementary School classrooms in the United States and in international schools in Asia. With her family, Angela lived and worked in China, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand. Angela has successfully led and created businesses. Internationally, she served as the Executive Director of Endeavor Children’s Services in Asia where she helped train orphanage leaders on how to teach orphaned children, focusing on identity, self-esteem, and resilience.
Angela has spent the last year working with individuals, families, couples, teens, and children in a counseling setting. She is trained in EMDR, Restorative Retelling, EFT Tapping, Matrix Reimprinting, ACT, DBT, CBT, and mindfulness-based stress reduction. Her strength is helping families and couples through conflict resolution, communication, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, and trauma. With her multicultural experiences, Angela understands collective trauma and helps her clients identify who they are, what happened to them and develop a sense of safety, identity and self-esteem through a strength-based narrative.
Developing a therapeutic relationship and identifying your individual needs is the key to understanding your collective story. Recommendations, therapeutic tools, and modalities can be offered to help you and your family with hope, healing and a strength-based narrative.