Angel Glover Bio

Angel Glover, PhD
Psychologist I, Supervised by Mary Ann Covey, Ph.D., ABPP

Personal Statement:
Howdy, as a fellow Aggie and graduate of Texas A&M University it brings me great honor to provide services to our wonderful community and student population!
One of my primary goals as a therapist is to collaboratively create an affirming environment and atmosphere of safety that is dedicated to mental health wellness. My approach to counseling utilizes a Gestalt, Feminist, Cognitive based integrated framework. Through my experiences with diverse populations, I have found that attending to cultural and contextual factors provide genuine opportunities for individuals to be their authentic selves. This, in turn, facilitates a sense of safety and connection, which I view as central to the therapeutic process.

In therapy I often focus on aiding students in self-discovery, empowerment and self-acceptance, while also providing tangible cognitive coping skills needed in increasing overall well-being. I strive to make the process of therapy, healing and self-discovery accessible and relevant to each unique Aggie student that I work with.

My areas of interest and expertise include providing services to marginalized populations and individuals with intersecting identities. Other areas of expertise and professional interest include: cultural holistic wellness, identity-based trauma treatment, HIV/STI prevention, sexual health, community outreach, health equity consultation, mood management, and coping with past traumas.

Things I love: reading a good book, adult coloring, meditating, being a dog mom, laughing, poetry, watching movies, cycling, vegan yums, spending time with friends, and paper crafts.

Academic Training:
PhD. Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University
M.S. Clinical Psychology, Northwestern State University
B.S. Psychology, Prairie View A&M University (Go Panthers!)

Internship:
APA-Accredited Aspen Pointe Behavioral Health Services, Community Mental Heath   
Post-Doctoral Training
APPIC- Accredited Aurora Mental Health Center, Community Mental Health

Theoretical Orientation:
Integration of Gestalt, Feminist, and Cultural Relational framework with techniques from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
I look forward to supporting fellow Aggies and our Aggie community in achieving mental health wellness and finding ways to cope with the academic demands and life stressors.  


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