Angie Miles (she/her)
MA, LAPC, NCC
Angie seeks to provide all clients with a non-judgmental, compassionate and safe space to work through life’s challenges. She believes in the beauty of human imperfection and self-compassion. She works with adults, adolescents, couples, and those in nontraditional relationships. She has experience supporting clients through depression, anxiety, self-harm, trauma, life transitions, and marital/relationship counseling. In addition, she works with LGTBQ+ youth and adults.
Prior to joining Cherokee Center for Change, Angie provided counseling to adults in a residential treatment program for substance abuse. She also worked in a residential facility that supported adults with serious mental illnesses. Outside of a formal counseling setting, Angie has extensive volunteer experience with youth through scouting organizations, church youth groups, and a Gay-Straight Alliance high school group. She also facilitates human sexuality education classes for youth.
Angie is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia and a National Certified Counselor through the National Board of Certified Counselors. She earned a Master of Arts in Psychological Counseling from Marymount University, a Master of Public Administration from the University of South Carolina, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Emory University.