Me: I am Angela Mack, a biracial and multicultural, Black
and Korean cisgender woman who currently practices as a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in Maryland. I was born in Korea and grew up in Virginia with my Korean mother and Black American soldier father.
Adults: You are struggling with how to feel grounded with the major life transitions that you have recently experienced. You are more anxious than you believe to be healthy. Your relationships are suffering or nonexistent, and you're not embracing your identities. I help people discover who they are, embrace their inner power, and change their inner narrative. You more than matter. You are more than enough.
Teens: High school sometimes just sucks. You have a lot of pressure to figure out what you want to do with your future. Getting into college or deciding if college is really right for you occupies your brain more than you want. It's overwhelming. Wondering if what you are feeling is anxiety, depression, or something else completely. Talking to your parents hasn't helped. Talking with friends helps a little, but it's not enough. I help teens and young adults feel affirmed in who they are. I will help you feel empowered to take on the world.
Selecting me as your therapist or your teens' therapist means that who you are at your core, will be seen, valued, nurtured, and guided down a path of healing from the root. Trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and healing focused is my promise to you.
AKA ~ Ms. Mack
Ms. Angela Mack, MS, NCC, LGPC
I graduated from the Post Master's Mental Health Counseling program at Johns Hopkins University. I have a background in counseling and sociology. Currently, I spent the last decade engaged in international high school counseling while diving supporting the mental health needs of teends adults in Maryland for trauma intervention.
You are a unique individual. My role is to hold space for you as we process all that you have experienced. I will be alongside you in your healing and while helping you understand yourself and the world around you. Culturally responsive, I believe we all do our best to survive, and therapy with me is a place where you can openly explore areas of growth to not only survive, but yes - thrive!
Adolescents, College Students and other Adults who are expressing:
Major life transitions
Expats/ Immigrants/ Refugees,
I am a native speaker of English, and I have conversational Korean.
I am licensed in Maryland (LGP12357) and supervised by Dr. LaTrice L. Dowtin, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LC8553)
My rates range from $70 - $250