angellAngel Landrum is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, having graduated from St. Edward's University with her Masters of Arts in Counseling. Angel’s career started in the corporate world after she received her Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Her experience includes working with substance use disorders and mental health; additionally, she is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and Certified EMDR therapist and works extensively with trauma, anxiety, substance use, and eating disorders within this modality. 

Giving back to her profession is a passion, whether it’s through her supervision, consultations or volunteering with the Austin Chapter of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals. Angel enjoys being outside, especially in a city as amazing as Austin, so you will find her and her spouse out on their E-Bikes, riding around downtown Austin and Ladybird Lake!


Rachel Wulbert's therapeutic lens has been one of looking at attachment: research supports that the way we experience and regulate our emotions is learned from the attachments that develop early in life. Attachment patterns, or the inability to attach, can lead to feelings of loneliness, distress, and disconnection; which can be amplified into self-harming behaviors like drug addiction, unhealthy patterns in relationships, self-criticism, and other self-defeating actions. 

Rachel entered into the field of counseling naturally: her mother is a therapist and father a sociologist. Their genuine love for people and community resonated strongly in their daughter. Rachel worked in emergency rooms and intensive care units in Austin hospitals for over 15 years. Those experiences inspired her to delve into deeper work where she pursued a Master’s in Vocational Rehabilitation and a PhD from the University of Texas. Outside of the office, Rachel enjoys spending time with her family and two fabulous Springer Spaniel rescue pups, gardening, traveling, and watching professional soccer.

Kelsey Snavely is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, supervised by Angel Landrum. She graduated with honors from St. Edward’s University with a Master of Arts in Counseling after completing a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology from Southern Methodist University. 

Kelsey has experience working in an intensive outpatient program for court-mandated individuals, providing individual and group counseling to individuals struggling with substance use, and working with HIV+ and LGBTQ populations. She currently works at the Narcotic Treatment Program through Integral Care, and uses a harm-reduction approach when working with clients. Kelsey specializes in the exploration of deeper issues relating to family, culture, significant events, and relationships and how these contribute to current situations.

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