Angela K. Irvin, M.A.

Therapist, writer, and mental health educator who helps others live empowered lives
Angela’s Recent Events
Guest/Mental Health Expert: “A Matter of Interpretation” – 1350 WLOU/104.7 FM Live Radio (9/19/2020)
Angela’s Latest Articles on

When Being Polite Isn’t About Politeness

Nine Ways to Boost Resilience During America’s Double Pandemic

Angela is based in Charlotte, NC
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Background and Training

Angela Irvin is a therapist and clinical psychology doctoral candidate skilled in working with general and forensic adult populations. Her clinical training and research interests have focused on minoritized populations, including women, veterans, and justice-involved males. Her current research focuses on Black women and the media.

Angela earned a bachelor’s degree in health services from Florida Atlantic University, which prepared her for a career in health administration. However, her interests evolved from administration to counseling, prompting her to transition to clinical work by earning an M.A. in clinical psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, KY. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center/Behavioral Health Center in Columbus, OH. Angela primarily practices schema-based therapy but also has extensive training in trauma, interpersonal, and cognitive-based therapies.

Angela is also a United States Air Force veteran who has lived and traveled in Asia. Aside from psychology, she continues to indulge her interests in philosophy, culture, world religions, and travel. She also enjoys hiking and nature photography. Angela’s diverse experiences help her form genuine connections with diverse groups of people and allow her to incorporate creative insights as she works to help others heal and grow.