Angie Dustin – Therapist / MA, AMFT

Angie enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families. She collaborates with clients to empower them to create a life that provides increased peace, sincere joy and meaning. Using evidenced-based research and the client’s expertise on their lives, she and her clients unearth new capacities for hope, growth and insight from hardships, rather than being depleted by them. She specializes in providing premarital and couple’s therapy with the PREPARE/ENRICH principles, along with Gottman tenants. She also thrives applying her education, and experiences with adolescent females and women through transitional stages, parental divorce, academic anxieties, emotional regulation, along with interpersonal skills. In her free time, Angie enjoys spending time with her husband of almost thirty years, her six children and four grandchildren. Her clinical approaches include: Solution and Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, all within a growth mindset and family system’s perspective. Angie works under the supervision of Jenni Kuck.


  • Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Therapy Specialities

Anxiety & Depression

Although anxiety and depression are two distinct mental health conditions, they often coexist and share some common features. These symptoms can overlap, and individuals may experience both anxiety and depression simultaneously.

Couples Therapy

The right time to come to couples counseling is – when you decide you want to improve your relationship. In couples therapy, the relationship is the client. The therapist consults with the couple to define the problems they want to address and identify desired treatment outcomes. The therapist will ask each partner about their history with and  without the other partner in the room. 

Teen counseling

Teens who may be experiencing maladaptive, unsafe and unhealthy coping, patterns of unstable relationships, impulsive and possibly risky behaviors, and emotional upheaval will benefit from this group by developing mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness skills. 

What do all those initials mean?
  • ACS – Approved Clinical Supervisor
  • CAP – Certified Addictions Professional
  • CRC – Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Ed.D. – Doctor of Education
  • Ed.S. – Education Specialist
  • LAPC – Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
  • LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor
  • M.Ed. – Master of Education
  • MS – Master of Science
  • MSW – Master of Social Work
  • NCC – National Certified Counselor