PRAISE FOR ANGELA

“Angela Merrill is a magnetic and wise woman who walks her talk in the world. She holds a beautiful balance of warmth as well as straightforward honesty. She has a deep capacity to be with a wide range of emotions. Angela is able to see the story beyond the story, helping people get to the heart of the matter. She draws on a wide variety of body-mind-energy tools to support people in becoming their best selves. I cannot say enough about my trust and confidence in Angela Merrill as a therapist and human being!”

– KATIE ASMUS, MA, LPC, BMP

Angela Merrill has a rare and immense capacity for holding space for the broad depth of our experience. She provides a container of safety and light as we explore the breadth of our journey as an authentic being full of tremendous brightness and harrowing darkness.”

– ELAINE TUCCI

jonny-ernster

“I knew before coming to Angela that I had something to work on. I just didn’t know what it was. She made sure I was comfortable in her office and she asked me some simple questions. Amazingly she pinpointed exactly what was bothering me and led me through a meditation and truly let me feel my emotions. By the end of the session I felt like I had totally transformed what had been holding me back for so long. Just one session with Angela seriously changed my life. I continue to use the meditation she led me through in my daily practice. She is kind, calm and very well-versed in her field. I highly recommend Angela to anyone who is serious about working through their difficulties with a safe but strong guiding hand.”

– JONNY ERNSTER

ginger-kern

“Angela’s workshop brought up aspects of my own concept of ‘self’ that I hadn’t considered in years; childhood roles I used to enjoy that I had forgotten. It was also a chance to connect with my workshop partner, a man I had just met that morning, in a curiously deep way. Angela held the space for all of us in a graceful, gentle way, so that our unfamiliarity with this form of connection became an asset as we playfully explored each others’ identities.”

– GINGER KERN