Angelique L. Burke, MS, EdS, LPC, ChT

Clinician, Educator, Coach & Consultant

Coupling my writing and communication skills with interpersonal training, in December 1999, I graduated from Florida State University’s College of Education with a dual Master's of Science in Career Counseling and Mental Health Counseling, and an Educational Specialist degree.

My careering background also includes a Bachelor of Arts in English Creative Writing, with a focus on Special Education and Foreign Languages, also from Florida State University.  While attending Florida State University, I obtained further specialization and experience via the Arts in Community Practice Certificate Program, which has supported my ability and interest in using Expressive Arts, Music, and Dance in therapeutic work with clients in both group and individual sessions.

Beyond being in private practice in Atlanta since 2004, I am a:

  • Certified Life Coach (CLC) through the International Coaching Science Research Foundation (ICSRF)

  • Member of the International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP)

  • Member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (LPCA)

  • Trained Imago Couples Therapist (IRI)

  • Kink Aware Professional

  • Certified by The Anxiety & Stress Management Institute (ASMI) as a Clinical Hypnotherapist.

My most recent education is pursuing a Doctorate in Metaphysics and Holistic Counseling. My current advanced training is focused on applying scientific based techniques in Relationship Therapy with Dr. David and Deborah Woodfellow of The Woodsfellow Institute for Couples.

In addition to providing individual, relationship/couples, and group therapy, I also love training and consulting for non-profit, for profit, grass roots, academic, and community based settings.

For well over a decade I was a very active member of The Men Stopping Violence Board of Directors, and founder of the college student focused SPEAC Project (Supporting Violence Prevention Education Advocacy and Community Accountability).

Why might you consider doing therapy or a group with me?

Because you want some much-needed extra support, and are ready to discover your power within, meet the challenges in your life, and to make changes to live the life you want by any of the following:

  • Attaining a better understanding of yourself, goals, values, spiritual conflicts, and creative blocks

  • Developing skills for coping with addictions/addictive behaviors—yours and others

  • Finding resolutions to the issues or concerns that led you to seek therapy

  • Obtaining care and resources related to fertility/infertility issues, "non-partum depression," and recurrent miscarriage/pregnancy loss

  • Healing from Childhood and Adulthood Abuse

  • Addressing anger, grief, stress, anxiety, depression, and other emotional pressures

  • Changing old behavior patterns, developing new ones, and improving communications and listening skills

  • Discovering new ways to solve problems in your family, marriage, or other significant relationships

  • Improving your self-esteem and boosting self-confidence

  • Amplifying your or your organization’s Career or Workplace Development

  • Increasing creativity and motivation, and making positive changes and being open to new perspectives

  • Recovering from Same-Sex and Heterosexual Intimate Partner Domestic & Sexual Violence

  • Learning how to adjust to stressful major life transitions such as unemployment, divorce, miscarriage, and disabilities

  • Creating and/or working through Poly/Consensual non-monogamous, “Alternative,” Kinky/BDSM, or Leather Lifestyle Relationship Related Issues

  • Navigating Relationship, Family, & Community Preservation & Restoration

  • Practicing new ways of dealing with avoiding triggers, re-directing damaging patterns, and overcoming impacts of past trauma and toxic relationships

Do I take insurance, and how does that work?

 Currently I do not take insurance directly. However, you may be able to be reimbursed by utilizing your "Out of Network" benefits. If you would like to use your “Out of Network” benefits, the first thing you should do is contact your insurance provider to determine if you have coverage, and what they will require for you to use it.

Rates and Forms of Payment:

Individual, Couples, and Units: $175 per hour; Intake/First Sessions are 2 hours long.

Groups: $55 per Group Session.

Payment is requested at the beginning of each session via Cash, Debit, Credit, or FSA Card.