Angela Melville is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  She received her degree from University of Wisconsin.  Her theoretical orientation is multicultural, feminist based. Angie uses evidence based work of cognitive behavioral approaches including MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy) and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).  Angela also utilizes TFCBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).  

Angela's clinical and advocacy experiences include working with Native American families sovereign nation of the Oneida tribe reservation. She also has a ten year history working in day treatment setting as an individual counselor, group counselor and in-home family counselor.   Throughout her career Angie offered number of groups related to grief/loss as well as trauma/healing.   Additionally, Angela was a member of Livingston County Trauma Assessment Team and LaCasa, domestic viole nce support center for women and children.  She has experience in crisis intervention and worked as a crisis counselor as well as clinician at a partial hospitalization program treating anxiety, depression, addictions, self harm, eating disorders and personality disorders. Her colleagues describe her as a passionate and deeply compassionate, skillful guide assisting clients with both general mental health,mood, anxiety disorders and stress as well as specialized mental health care for addictions, eating and body image concerns, trauma. Angie also has experience working with TBI survivors.