Accepting New Clients (updated May 27)

Accepting New Clients

Angelo Dula, MS, LMHCA

WA License #MC 61422009

Focus Areas

“Listening is love in action.” – Leo Buscaglia

Therapy begins when a client can feel comfortable being vulnerable, and that starts when a clinician creates a space that allows people to breathe and grow.  Therapy is always a collaborative process, where the client is the expert on his/her life, and it is my role to bring out the strengths needed to overcome the existing challenges.  Therapy is difficult, and it is my role to help my client come out stronger at the end of the journey than at the beginning.

Normal Working Hours

Angelo’s Last Appointment Each Day is at 5pm

Day Hours
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Off
Sunday Off

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Training & Certifications

BA - Psychology

MS - Clinical Psychology

The Gottman Institute logo

Level 1 & Level 2 Completed

More About Angelo

Growing up in New York City as an immigrant, I learned early on that being shaped by hardships makes one more resilient for future life challenges.  I grew up in a multicultural environment, exposed to a myriad of communities and histories, learning that the way I grew up was just one example among many of how a person becomes who they end up being.

As a proud product of the public school system all of my life until graduate school, I was blessed with exposure to a diversity of experiences that helped direct me towards the path of mental health work.  I developed a desire to see people become their best selves, and acquired the skill sets needed to help guide people on their journeys to self-actualization.

Upon graduation, I immediately applied those skills in a wide range of community settings.  From working in some of Brooklyn’s most disadvantaged schools providing counseling to teens and adolescents to helping adults newly diagnosed with HIV cope with the biggest event in their lives to providing alternatives to sentencing for recently-incarcerated adults, my passion has always been in giving back to the community that helped shape me to be the person I am now.

Knowing that there were many areas of growth that I needed to explore, I went to graduate school for training in various therapeutic modalities that would help me in becoming a stronger clinician.  With my years of experience in the field combined with a deeper tool kit for engaging with my clients, I now take the next step of my journey in hopes of getting the chance to help people embark on their own personal journeys to becoming the best people that they want to be.

Through my clinical training and experiences in community mental health, I have developed skills to help clients navigate through the long-term recovery process of overcoming mental health illness.  Whether they are dealing with a singular form of distress or if there are co-occuring issues at play, the goal remains to provide the most effective individualized care possible.  Combining new skills acquired in therapy with the confidence and love that one has in him/herself is the ideal recipe for improved outcomes in any setting, and it starts with the client believing that real and sustainable change is always possible.