Angelica has a Masters in Social Work from Marywood University and received her license to practice in 2020. With over 7 years of experience working in Addictions treatment, First Episode Psychosis, and Group/Family Therapy, she brings a diverse pool of knowledge to her practice. For the past two years, she has broadened her scope of practice receiving training at the Perelman School of Medicine located in the University of Pennsylvania focusing on Coordinated Specialty Care in First Episode Psychosis and has worked with court districts to issue professional recommendations in reunification and coparenting counseling sessions. Angelica has also received over 50 hours of suicide prevention and crisis intervention training. Angelica is an active member of her community. She has served on the Rotary Club of the Stroudsburgs, the Public Relations committee (Stroud Borough), and is currently serving on the board of Youth Infusion Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to engaging youths in the community.