Dr. Angela Stillman, LMFT, LPC
Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
Dr. Stillman received her Bachelor’s
Degree in Psychology from Texas A&M in 2003, her Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Texas Wesleyan
University in 2009, and her Doctorate in Marriage in Family Therapy from Texas Wesleyan Universtiy in 2018. She completed
her clinical training for her Master’s Degree at Glick House, Texas Wesleyan’s Community Counseling Center, where
she worked with individuals, couples, and families; she has additional experience in out-patient psychiatric hospital settings
working with both children and adolescents.
Dr. Stillman holds two professional licenses from the State of Texas:
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Her areas of interest include relationship
issues, marriage counseling, and family counseling.
Dr. Stillman's approach to counseling—called Solution-Focused Therapy —is a positive and hope-oriented approach
that helps clients to identify solutions to problems so they can change behavior and resolve issues that cause distress. To
help clients explore difficult issues, Dr. Stillman provides a secure therapeutic environment in which to talk and explore
even the most difficult of personal problems.
Everyone comes to a marriage counselor with their own life story.
Dr. Stillman will work collaboratively with each person or couple to achieve their goals and to enable them to look toward
the future with a sense of hope and purpose in themselves, their relationships, and their lives.