Angelique Coleman

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Angelique Coleman is a native of southwest Montana. Although she spent 9 years away as a military spouse, Montana has always been her home. Through her own life experiences and challenges, Angelique gained a passion to support and empower individuals, couples and families in her community, which led her to continuing her education to become a therapist. She completed her B.S. in Family and Consumer Science at Montana State University, Bozeman and earned her Master of Social Work at Walla Walla University, Billings. She is in the process of completing her licensure hours as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Angelique is training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for individuals and couples. She also has training in Grief Counseling. 


As a Clinical Social Worker, Angelique has experience in therapy, as well as, advocating for her clients regarding necessary services and connecting them to community resources. She understands that seeking therapy can seem a bit intimidating and taboo to many. Angelique hopes to put her clients at ease and build a therapeutic relationship, where clients feel safe and secure working together as a team to invite healing and security into their lives. 


When Angelique is not working, she enjoys spending quality time with her husband, children, grandchildren and extended family. She loves animals, especially dogs and pigs, though she currently does not have any. She enjoys spending time in the outdoors camping, trying to garden, floating the river, riding side by sides, riding on her husband’s Harley and traveling.