Angelica (AJ) Inglis, LMSW
Supervised by Michelle Zadrozny, LCSW-S, EAS-C
Licensed Masters Social Worker
We live in a world that places numerous pressures on us as caregivers, employees and friends. The pressure and the expectations of others, and those that we place on ourselves, can sometimes feel overwhelming and unsustainable.
As your therapist I will help you to explore your relationships, coping mechanisms and attachment styles that can often create unwanted stress and suffering in our lives. We will work together to process what feels difficult in your life and how to create a positive path forward for yourself and your relationships.
I feel passionate about working with individuals going through life transitions, specifically postpartum and young adult transitions, and those who are experiencing burn-out or compassion fatigue in their personal or professional lives.
I have professional experience working with a wide range of clients in a variety of settings, including first responders, cancer patients/caregivers, and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. My therapeutic style is warm, relational and rooted in evidence based practices, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing. Above all, my practice is centered around you and your unique strengths and challenges.
It would be an honor to work with you and be a part of your mental health journey.
Specializations: Career and life transitions, peri and postpartum depression, first-responders, burnout in helping professions, compassion fatigue, anxiety, depression, trauma, dual diagnosis, personal growth, relationship issues, adolescents, grief and loss, victims of crime