Angie Knight Buja has been a Liscensed Professional Counselor since 2004. A native of Dallas, she headed to the plains to attend Texas Tech University where she received her BA in History. While in college, she began working with Young Life, an outreach to high school students, and continues to have a good relationship with local area Young Life programs. She then returned home to attend Dallas Theological Seminary, where she graduated with her MA in Counseling.
Over the last few years while in private practice, Angie has worked with adolescents, their families and women of all ages to help them work through a variety of struggles. Angie’s innovative work with teens is due to the fact that she includes the family in the process of healing and recovery. She has found that this family work is vital to the process. She specializes in anxiety disorders, trauma, and addiction with an emphasis on eating disorders and substance abuse, as well as family counseling. Her specialties are born out of her own journey of recovery and specifically her freedom from an eating disorder during her adolescence and early adulthood years. She deeply values the recovery community believing life change often times comes in the context of relationships.
Angie’s philosophy of life is simple: Life is to be LIVED – not survived. She hopes that as she works with others, they will understand their value and self worth allowing them to live in freedom and truth. When not counseling, Angie enjoys traveling with her husband, time with family and friends and trying to learn new skills!