Adults and lder Teens with Anxiety, Mood & Depression, Adults with Social Anxiety & Life Transitions, Women's Issue, LGBTQIA+ Affirming.
Angela Toerner, Student Intern
Angie is currently pursuing an M.Ed in Counseling at Lindsey Wilson College. Before this, Angie spent 14 years teaching yoga and meditation and facilitating various programs centered around earth-based spirituality practices, holistic wellness, and women’s issues. Angie was led to this journey in part because of her own struggles with stress, anxiety, and panic and the deep and lasting healing that occurred with her own therapeutic journey. Her intention is to create a safe, non-judgemental, and compassionate space for you to show up as you are so you can work through the challenges you are facing, together. Angie’s approach is one that fosters self-healing, resilience, self-compassion, and empowerment. She believes each person has within themselves, the capacity for dramatic and positive growth. Angie takes a client-centered, integrated, and holistic view incorporating both evidence-based and intuitive practices depending on what fits you best. This may include aspects of mindfulness, existential therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, internal family systems, as well as somatic or body-based practices.