Angelique is a Clinician at HRiA, working on the Helpline. She received a masters degree in Counseling Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in 2012. She also has a B.S. in Psychology from Northeastern University. While in graduate school, she interned in Worcester as an after-school mental health clinician, working with children who had Department of Children and Families (DCF) involvement. She also interned as a clinician at H.A.R.T House in Tewksbury, a substance use residential treatment facility for women with children in DCF custody. Angelique has also been a clinician for individuals, couples and families specializing in addiction treatment. She has worked in a methadone maintenance program providing individual and group counseling as well as a drug detoxification program where she developed her own Intensive Outpatient treatment Program at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. Most recently she was a Social Services Advocate for the Committee for Public Counsel Services serving indigent individuals facing forensic challenges.