Danielle Bishop is currently completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Walden University. She already holds a masters in applied psychology from Walden University, a bachelors in pre-movement therapy, and a bachelors in forensic psychology from Stockton University. Before moving to Florida in 2013, Danielle worked in partial care settings and as a crisis counselor in response to Hurricane Sandy. She has further experience in working in a hospital setting. Her theoretical orientation encompasses a psychodynamic approach that can be tailored according to each client's needs. With an extensive background in dance, this has been an area she has been seeking to elaborate on as a form of therapy. She strives to empower clients to overcome personal obstacles to improve their overall well-being. This is done by creating a safe and nurturing atmosphere in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to change and grow.
Angela is a beginning intern and is currently attending Walden University, completing her Master’s degree in Clinical Licensed Mental Health Counseling, a CACREP certified program. Angela received her Bachelor of Science degree from Phoenix University. She is originally from Brooklyn, New York and has been a Florida resident since 2001. Angela enjoys, the arts, writing, spending time with her family, volunteering, and traveling. Gaining her degree in mental health has been a desire for many years and her goal is to provide mental health services for families and individuals who are experiencing distress that interferes with their well being and ability to reach their potential and goals. She also in the future intends to become a certified professional life-coach and trauma specialist.