Angie Cleland is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years experience counseling children, adults, and families. Angie has worked in various positions throughout her career helping individuals and families experiencing grief, depression, anxiety, anger, general adjustment issues, and life cycle changes. Angie has advanced perinatal mood & anxiety disorder training and hopes to help mothers who are experiencing prenatal & postpartum symptoms.
Angie's approach is relational, person-centered, often including mindfulness, breath work, interpersonal, and solution focused interventions.
Angie grew up in east central Ohio and moved to Athens to attend UGA where she received her MSW. Angie's passion is working with women who are dealing with perinatal mood disorders or other stressors associated with trying to conceive, pregnancy, birth, labor, breastfeeding, loss, and other pregnancy related issues. Angie believes in a holistic approach to mental health and has an extensive network of doctors, lactation consultants, psychologists, and local practitioners who she works closely with and makes referrals to.
In her spare time Angie loves to roller skate, spend time with her kids, sew, read, camp, hike, and when we are not in the midst of a pandemic she is the captain of the local roller derby league, Classic City Rollergirls.