Currently Accepting New Clients

Not Accepting New Clients at this Time

No longer with C4VL

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Virtual Therapy Only

Virtual and In-Person Visits Available

In-Person Visits Only

Angela Clark, LPC (Aurora)

Angela provides individual, couples, family, and group therapy. She practices both short and long-term therapy at her office or online.

Insurances Accepted

Anthem BCBS, Anthem EAP, Cigna, Beacon/VO, Cofinity/DHMP, First Health Coventry, Magellan, MHN, Tricare, UBH/Optum/United, Aetna, Colorado Access Medicaid, CCHA Medicaid, CHP+ Medicaid,

Current Practice

While she provides psycho-education, she approaches her clients as equals and experts about their own experiences. She believes that the quality of the therapeutic relationship is the key factor for awareness, growth, and change. When treating clients, Angela utilizes a variety of theories depending on standards of best practice, past successes, her familiarity with a particular theory, and how a client presents an issue.

The theories most frequently used are behavioral activation, interpersonal, Bowen, existential, cognitive/cognitive behavioral, strength-based/solution-focused, and Rogers.



  • Adults
  • Couples
  • GLB


  • Grief/Loss
  • Life Transitions
  • Chronic Illness/Pain
  • Caregiver Support
  • Existential Issues
  • Sexual Issues
  • ADHD


  • CBT
  • Behavioral
  • Interpersonal Psychodynamic
  • Brief/Solution Focused Therapy
  • Family/Systems
  • Person-centered

Past Work Experience

  • Outpatient counselor at a psychiatric clinic
  • General surgery residency staff and consultant
  • Counselor at a group practice
  • Employee assistance counselor & Care Manager
  • Student assistance counselor & care manager
  • HIV/AIDS case manager
  • Psychiatric Technician

Education & Licensure

  • Licensed professional counselor in Colorado (LPC # 0012001) and Iowa
  • Master of arts in mental health counseling from the University of Northern Iowa
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Wyoming
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