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Angi earned her Master’s of Science in Clinical Counseling from Central Methodist University. She is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Missouri and has recently earned her National Certified Counselor standards in 2021. Angi enjoys working with both adolescents and adults on issues regarding making life changes towards recovery, thoughts and feelings of anxiety, learning skills to enhance relationships with one’s self and others, understanding and navigating depression, building strong relationships, processing deep networks of trauma and most importantly, learning to love one’s self for who we are. 

Angi has received training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) which is a psychotherapy technique enabling people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are a result of disturbing life experiences. Angi has also been trained and currently part of  an amazing team of therapists in DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) a type of cognitive- behavioral therapy that combines strategies like mindfulness, acceptance and emotional regulation. It can help people who have difficulty with emotional regulation or are exhibiting self-destructive behaviors. This type of therapy is also sometimes used to treat post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), eating disorders, substance use disorders, and borderline personality disorders.

Resiliency and changing the cycle of addiction became a passion of Angi’s as she worked as a Children’s Division investigator. Recognizing the impact of substance use disorder and the structures of families directed her to pursue further education and thus she received her Master of Science degree from Central Methodist University in 2016. Upon completing her degree, she worked as a therapist within a male residential facility inside the Department of Corrections. During that time substance use disorders continued to impact her direction. From the Department of Corrections, she moved to Compass Health Network as the Program Director of McCambridge, a 16 female residential substance use disorder clinic with day treatment and outpatient conveniences before her last move to teaching and private practice. 

Why you should contact Angi: 

  • if you are struggling with addiction and would like a change in your life

  • would like a healthy relationship

  • not sure what you want from life, but would like a sense of purpose

  • struggling with feelings of sadness

  • have frequent anxiety

  • feeling overwhelmed by some of life’s transitions

  • want to learn healthy ways to show emotions

  • struggling to feel motivated

  • have past experiences that cause you nightmares

  • are no longer able to enjoy things that used to bring you pleasure

  • are worried about thoughts of suicide or self-harm

  • are wanting to feel a sense of belonging and love again

  • if you want to feel empowered and supported to make the changes you want to make

Angi Allphin: About
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