Angie Hintz, PCSW
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, University of Wyoming
Master of Social Work, Boise State University
Provisional Clinical Social Worker (PCSW -1118)
Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Choice Theory, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Family Systems, Solution-focused Therapy and Client Centered Therapy
Play Therapy for Children. Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy - Mental Health and Addiction Counseling, Adolescents and Adults.
Angie Hintz received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming in criminal justice. After experiencing a life-changing accident and seeing the support and resources she received, she decided that social work was her passion. She went back to school and received her Master of Social Work degree.
Angie enjoys working with adults and children. She focuses on strength-based and person-centered therapy. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), as well as other evidence-based treatment modalities with her clients. She also facilitates a Shame and Vulnerability Group, while also focusing on Play Therapy for children. Angie whole-heartedly believes that she is a therapist because there are not enough places where others can go to breathe, to just be, to experience unconditional acceptance, positive reflection, and create alternative narratives and visions for themselves. A relationship that makes that possible creates healing, each minute, each word, each glimmer of hope and self-realization. She wants that to be her primary focus in individual therapy.