Angela Coreil, PhD, LP
Director of Clinical Training & Research
Dr. Coreil is licensed in Texas as a psychologist and in Wisconsin as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has over 15 years worth of experience treating anxiety and related disorders. Dr. Coreil formerly served as a lead clinician for an Adult OCD Intensive Outpatient program at Rogers Memorial Hospital in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. She also helped launch and served as a lead clinician for the Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs. She has worked in a variety of mental health treatment settings including, mobile crisis units, inpatient units, specialty anxiety treatment centers (e.g., the Kansas City Center for Anxiety Treatment; KCCAT). She founded the Kansas affiliate of the International OCD Foundation, OCD Kansas, which still exists under new leadership today.
She is a former President of the Anxiety Disorders Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. She is the current President of the Texas Chapter for the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. She has numerous publications and regularly gives talks on exposure therapy, improving treatment in mental health, and Clinical Behavior Analysis. To view a copy of her current curriculum vitae, click here.
She has approximately 20 years of experience using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and studied under founders of this treatment. She trained with ACT, CBT, and other expert supervision while providing exposure-based treatments for anxiety and related disorders.
- Panic Disorder
- Measurement & Treatment Outcomes
- Clinical Behavior Analysis
- Mechanisms of effective treatment
Education & Training
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Wichita State University
- Pre-doctoral Internship in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Master’s in Clinical Psychology, University of Houston – Clear Lake
- Bachelor’s in Psychology and Anthropology, University of Houston
Licenses & Certifications:
- Licensed Psychologist – Texas