Angie Schneider, MA, LPC
Mental Health Therapist
Angie Schneider, MA, LPC is a Catalpa mental health therapist who provides school-based mental health services at three Neenah elementary schools: Taft, Wilson and Coolidge.
She understands that life is full of adjustments – such as divorce, death of a loved one, anxiety, depression and self-esteem concerns – that can cause physical, behavioral or mood changes. She has a particular interest in helping kids ages 5-18 deal with these kinds of situations, incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Zones of Regulation, Client-centered Therapy, and Play Therapy in her work.
Angie has always been interested in helping others. She helped start a Peer Helpers program while still in high school. She also was a Social Work Navigator for the ThedaCare Cancer Institute for twelve years. After her father died in 2010, she saw a need for trained community counselors in schools for more specialized support, and returned to school for additional training, which led to her current role with Catalpa.
Angie earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree from UW – Oshkosh and her Master’s degree from Lakeland University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor by the State of Wisconsin.
Outside of Catalpa, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing games, going to Wisconsin Badgers games, watching sports and taking family vacations.