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Olivia DeAngelo, PhD


Tennessee State University, Ph.D.

Center Activities

Group Therapy Coordinator, Individual and Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Outreach, and Didactic Trainings

Theoretical Style

I take an integrated approach to therapy, adapting to the needs of each client and their presenting concerns. Each client comes in with something different, and my goal is to not only be receptive, empathic, and understanding of their concern and how their background impacts this, but also help the client recognize that they have the ability to make change. I primarly integrate humanistic, CBT, and interpersonal process therapy, while pulling from multicultural approaches to best fit the needs of each client.

Professional Interests

I enjoy working with students who come in with concerns associated around self-confidence and self-esteem, romantic relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and burnout.

Personal Interests

I like to call myself an extraverted introvert. I enjoy doing fun, outgoing activities with friends and family (going to concerts and sporting events, hiking, trying out new restaurants) – but after some time, I need to recharge my social battery. When relaxing, you can find me cozied up at home with my cat Blair, watching Friends, The Office, or Survivor on continual re-run, listening to Taylor Swift, and baking.