Angie Narsh, M.A., LPC

Angie has been in practice since 2011 and works with individuals (ages 12 and older), couples, and families.

Her clinical experience and interests include:  depression, anxiety, stress, teen/adolescent struggles, trauma/abuse, conflict resolution, suicidality, self-injury, eating disorders, personality disorders, and more.

In addition to private practice, she has experience in community mental health treatment leading a variety of psychiatric outpatient therapy groups at the acute level including:  mental health, adolescent/teen, chemical dependency/dual diagnosis, chronic/long-term illness.

Her counseling style has a very relaxed and conversational tone and draws from client goals and ongoing input. She incorporates a blend of approaches, techniques, and theories tailored to each client depending on their personality and goals.

Angie’s approach to therapy might be summed up in a quote which hangs in her office: “I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.” – Van Gogh.

Angie is a native of St. Louis, hopelessly curious abut the human experience, and an extroverted introvert. She is passionate about both the time spent in and out of the office. She enjoys laughing ’til it hurts, “no-alarm Saturdays”, warm weather and water activities with family and friends (whenever St. Louis weather cooperates).