Above Ground Podcast #174: Finding Joy and Connection

This week on episode 174 of Above Ground Podcast, we talk joy and connection with Angela Amoia. Angela is a practicing LMFT in Newburgh and an Adjunct Professor at Mount Saint Mary College. Check out our Nippertown InnerView for October where we talk support, insurance, psychedelic-assisted therapy, and our connection to it all.

“We all come from fucked-up-ness”, says Angela Amoia. Something she has learned from her years in practice and her own self-knowledge is that we all have something in our history that needs healing. The roads well traveled to joy and connection are littered with the broken and damaged. 

Angela wants us to understand that healing is possible if you’re willing to embark on the ultimate work in the school of life. To transcend your life circumstances to become the ultimate version of yourself. Through therapy of all kinds, and a belief that you are worthy.

Angela currently is not accepting new clients. Please check out Psychology Today‘s listing for updates. 

Above Ground Podcast will be out and about Sunday, October 23, 2022, at Empire Live Albany for Upstate Punk Rock Flea Market #3. 12-6 pm and is a free family, friendly event. Come out and stop by our table for all your Nippertown mental health and substance use resources. 

Saturday, November 5 at 8 pm, Will is opening for Black Belt Jones, Ike’s Wasted World, and Gay Tastee at the Fuze Box 12 Central Avenue Albany NY. Come out and support Nippertown and our rocking music scene.

Never Underestimate the Power of You, the new book by our very own TPP, is going to be released in the very near future. That’s right, our very own Timmy has put his heart on paper and created a DIY book for the ultimate DIY project, you. Links to follow soon. When you are curious about what healing can bring into your life but don’t know where to start. Coming soon. 

Thanks again for listening to this episode of Above Ground Podcast and support our mission to reduce stigma and make the conversations around mental health normalized. Until next time, get well, be safe, stay ABOVE.

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