• Angelique Chelton, MA, PMH-C, CGP, CTP

    Angie supports adults facing complications like depression, anxiety, grief/loss, or relationship issues. She specializes in depression/anxiety in pregnancy/postpartum, parenting difficulties with children of any age, perinatal relationship challenges, birth trauma, infertility, and reproductive/pregnancy/infant loss.

    Angie has extensive training in Interpersonal Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Narrative Exposure Therapy and she is a recognized subject-matter expert as a perinatal bereavement specialist.  She is an intentional BIPOC and LGBTQAI+ ally.

    Angie’s interpersonal style is warm, empathetic, and down-to-earth. At times, she may even use a little laughter and humor in session! She believes that therapy should meet your individual needs and treatment is carefully designed in partnership with each client. “When we collaborate, therapy is effective because you already hold within you the seeds necessary for healing. Together, we unwind the knots and tangles of your distress, explore your needs and hopes, and we chart a course to help you successfully realize the life you long for. You matter, we are in this together, and change is possible.”

    Angie lives in northern Lancaster County with her husband of twenty years, their five kids (elementary-high school), and a big, shaggy dog. She sees clients in person at the Reading Midwives Center for Women’s Wellness in Reading and across Pennsylvania via Teletherapy.