Angie Fitch, M.A., LPC, NCC

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Angie Fitch is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been counseling individuals, couples and families for over four years. She has worked in community mental health and private practice settings.  Angie has also worked in corporate settings in human resources and finance for years before pursuing the psychology field.

She is an unusually kind and gentle soul. Her patience is virtually unlimited and she is exceptionally wise beyond her years. One is immediately impressed by the compelling graciousness of her manner and the sheer range and depth of her knowledge.
Angie artfully applies her clinical skills to enable healing at a “deep-structure” level.  She has a rare ability to identify the potential in her clients.  She works tirelessly to help those in her charge to solve or resolve their problems and conflicts, and/or transform their emotional pain into opportunities for discovery, growth, and change.
Angie is an agent and advocate for the “best interests” of each and every one of her clients.  Emanating from a deeply held conviction that values authenticity, positive self-regard, psychological readiness, and personal responsibility, she inspires her clients to “do, be, and become better.”  She specializes in helping clients create meaning, purpose, and joy in their lives and relationships.
Angie is a National Certified Counselor. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University, is an active member of the Illinois Counselors Association (ICA), as well as involved in serving the community mental health sector.  Angie specializes in helping adolescents, adults, couples and families to become empowered in making meaningful, long-lasting changes.  She has an inviting demeanor and can-do attitude.  Angie has training and experience in specific therapies including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), and use of existential and multicultural counseling. 
Angie partners with clients to improve and gain control of symptoms of depression, anxiety and anger. You will find authentic interactions with her as your therapist, providing opportunity for real, positive change in relationships through interpersonal skill building.  Her uncanny perception and insight into problems helps to foster the motivation required in using these skills.  Additional areas of focus include impulse control problems, co-dependency, spirituality, obsessive and compulsive issues and management of bipolar disorders.  From the perspective of a mind and body connection, Angie can work with other specialists and various resources, if so desired, to help treat the entire person. 

Angie Fitch Reaches

Schaumburg IL