Following completion of her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, Angela Coulter continued her education at St. Louis University where she earned a Master’s in Social Work in 2000. Early in her social work career, Angela was actively involved in caring for abused women and children who were victims of domestic abuse by answering crisis calls, assisting them through group therapy, and linking them appropriately to educational and other resources, Angela helped many individuals live safer, healthier lives. While working with developmentally disabled populations, Angela created programming that enhanced each client’s cognitive, emotional, social and physical skills and additionally, during her experience on a psychiatric inpatient ward and in a Major Psychiatric Disorder clinic, she created specialized programming for substance abusers while co-facilitating support groups geared toward PTSD and Depression. As Angela’s career progressed, she gained significant experience in working with school-aged youth and at-risk adolescents—she has been involved extensively in programming geared toward positive intervention that focuses on the child, the family and educational staff and has provided extensive counseling in the areas of truancy, academia, family and peer relations, violence prevention training and more. As part of Burrell Behavioral Health’s outpatient clinical staff, Angela sees clients, ages two to adult, and specializes in play, group and family therapies.