Angela E. Blocker, LMFT

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It’s a pleasure to meet and work with individuals, couples, and families dedicated to enhancing their lives.  I bring a compassionate growth-oriented approach to each individual, couple, or family and collaborates with them to create fresh perspectives on current problems.  I enjoy identifying their natural strengths and help them use them to overcome their situations. With a sincere and genuine approach to treatment, I walk alongside you to a life that is hopeful, authentic, and reflective of your values.  Although I see individuals, families, and couples at a low point in their lives to start, I work hard with them to find the skills and strength needed to persevere and make their lives the fulfilling ones they desire.

I hold a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Wheaton College and I am a graduate of the Fuller Life Family Therapy Insititute Resident Program. My areas of special interest include adolescent therapy, marriage counseling, and treating families in transition.

Read articles written by Angela when she was a resident at Fuller Life:

Teletherapy, Is It Right For Me?

Teletherapy, Is It Right For Me?

Since the outbreak of COVID19, many healthcare professionals have switched to telehealth platforms, including counselors and therapists! Called Telemental health ...
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A Growth Mindset Can Prevent Burn Out!

A Growth Mindset Can Prevent Burn Out!

This month, Fuller Life connected with first year pre-med students at Prairie View A&M University to discuss how to avoid ...
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Stopping the Defensiveness Dance in Your Relationship

Stopping the Defensiveness Dance in Your Relationship

Are you stuck in a relationship where both of you are very defensive?  If so, you know moving closer is ...
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The Art of Parental Conflict: Tips for Arguing To Your Kids' Benefit

The Art of Parental Conflict: Tips for Arguing To Your Kids’ Benefit

Parental conflict is inevitable. It’s going to happen.  There is also a clear link between interparental conflict and children’s behavioral ...
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3 Solutions For Women Who Overthink Everything

3 Solutions For Women Who Overthink Everything

Women love to think and, sometimes, overthink. In the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Yale-educated expert psychologist studied mood, ...
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Teen Moodiness & Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

Teen Moodiness & Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

In the movie, Thirteen, Tracy Freeland is a seventh grade honor student with a troubling home life. As a girl ...
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In Tough Times, What Sets Healthy Families Apart?

In Tough Times, What Sets Healthy Families Apart?

Some families seem to float through tough times, while others struggle. When a person goes through hard times, it is not ...
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The Practice of Resilience

The Practice of Resilience

Everyone reaches a point when moving forward seems impossible. You feel you’ve given your best in your marriage, with your ...
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Is Conformity Addictive?

Is Conformity Addictive?

Even the best of us do it sometimes. Standing in a coffee shop trying out a new drink ordered by ...
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You Find Drugs in Your Teen's Room-Now What?

You Find Drugs in Your Teen’s Room-Now What?

When you believe your child is using drugs it is hard to know what to do. Whether you found out ...
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