Angela Feeser, LPC, CPCS
My goal is to light the way for my patients to get out of the dark and troubling places that may be hindering them from moving forward. My commitment is to help you restore hope, find peace, and redirect your path to feel motivated and confident in your life. I am compassionate, but also direct to challenge the barriers that may be blocking from forward movement. I try to help you find your internal light to carry you along your journey.
I earned my MA in Psychological Studies and Ed.S in Mental Health Counseling from Seton Hall University in 2005. I am a member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of GA. As a CPCS, I am certified to provide Clinical Supervision to those up-coming professionals working toward professional licensure.
My experience began as an in-home counselor, where I provided counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and their families. The in-home environment exposed me to a more vulnerable side of those I was serving, but also the weight of how one's environment impacts one's behaviors, thoughts, and motivation in life. During this time, I worked closely with many state agencies that were involved with the child and family from judges to probation officers to family social workers. This experience allowed me the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary environment to treat the whole child or family unit. I also worked with children in foster care and their families with the end goal of reuniting them and helping them change their behaviors to provide a stable and healthy home environment.
Over the last six years I had the opportunity to serve as the Clinical Director of an outpatient facility that provided services to those with mental health, addictive disease, and intellectual/developmental disability needs as well as acute psychiatric or detox crisis stabilization. My primary role was to ensure the clinical operations, quality of services, and needs of the patients were met. This experience allowed me the opportunity to work directly and indirectly with patients who suffered from a serious/persistent mental illness or addiction. In this environment, a multidisciplinary approach was facilitated by Psychiatrists, Nurses, Counselors, and Case Managers to work toward the goal of treating all parts of the patient's life where deficits were identified.
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