Ph.D Director of Behavioral Supports
Angie received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Walden University and has been providing behavioral intervention services and counseling services for individuals for well over a decade with a significant amount of her time working specifically with IDD individuals. Previously, Angie survived as an Crisis Intervention Specialist and Therapist with the local authority providing services to children and adults with wide range of diagnosis. Before transition into her current position, Angie served as the ICF Program Director for the Lufkin and Beaumont ICF programs where she was able to use both her management skills as well as her clinician skills to service the Individuals and the staff. Bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience, Angie will ensure the Behavior Services team provides the highest quality of services to the individuals and a highest level of support for the Caregiver staff.