Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy (336) 698-6723
Greensboro Dance & Drama      Therapy(336) 698-6723

Who Is Angela Wiley?

Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy

Mental Health Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, Expressive Art Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy, Drama Therapy, Trauma recovery work and Licensed Professional Counseling supervision for LPC (Licensed Professional Counselors) and LCAS (Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialists).

(336) 698-6723

Angela Wiley


Angela Wiley


LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) In North Carolina & South Carolina,

LPCS (Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in NC),

LCAS (Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist),

CCS (Certified Clinical Supervisor),

MAC (Masters of Addiction Counseling),

NCC (National Certified Counselor),

BC-DMT (Board Certified- Dance Movement Therapist),

RDT/BCT (Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer)

CTS (Certified Trauma Specialist)


When words are not enough

Angela works as a dance/movement therapist, drama therapist and verbal therapist. She also teaches dance and drama classes.


Angela lives and works in Greensboro, North Carolina and the surrounding areas.

Angela holds concurrent Bachelor degrees, one in Dance and Theater, the second in Psychology. She also holds a Masters in Dance/Movement Therapy with a minor in Counseling.

Angela has 19 years of experience teaching various forms of dance and theater to children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly and has worked as a licensed therapist for the past 12 years.

Angela specializes in working with children and adolescents; however, her clientele has included all ages in the spectrum of life.

She offers mental health therapy to individuals, families and groups. She has specialized in working with victims of abuse, people with developmental and physical limitations, and individuals struggling with eating disorders and substance abuse.

Currently Angela maintains a private practice in Greensboro and surrounding areas.

 Angela specializes in working with children, teens and families. She is one of a few therapists specializing in working with young children (ages 2-6) that have experienced trauma and abuse.

More about Angela


I have a diverse background. I was born in West Virginia, grew up just outside of San Francisco, moved to Phoenix, Arizona where I went to high school and received two BA’s at Arizona Sate University one in psychology and the other in dance and theater. I completed my graduate training at Antioch New England in Keene, NH and completed my final internship in Rochester, NY where I lived for a year.


I then moved to Charleston, SC where I had a private practice and worked with several different agencies for 6 years. I have been living in Greensboro, NC for the past 7 years. I enjoy Greensboro but miss the beach, thus I stay in contact with people in Charleston and make frequent trips there.


During my life I have taught many forms of dance and theater with my favorite dance forms being modern jazz and tap. I love interweaving the expressive arts (dance, music, art, drama, and poetry) in everything I do. I work as a teacher, verbal therapist, expressive art therapist, and as a supervisor for those perusing their LPC and/or dance therapy and drama therapy national credentials.

Angela maintains close contact with those in SC and serves as the American Dance Therapy Association contact for South Carolina and is the president for the Carolina Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA).
 Angela is also the Eastern representative for the North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA). Angela lives and works in Greensboro, North Carolina as well as the surrounding areas.


Learn how to communicate what is too deep, too fine for words.


Contact via email

Phone:   (336) 698-6723 

Mailing address:

5603 B West Friendly Ave Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27410


Office Hours:

By Appointment Only


Monday: Select hrs 

Tuesday: Noon-8 PM,

Wednesday:9 AM-8 PM

Thursday:9 AM-8 PM

Friday: 9 AM-8 PM

 Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed   


Most urgent appointments can be accommodated within 48 hrs.

All emergencies call

911 or National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800 273-8255

Or use our contact form  to inquire about any questions, comments, or concerns. Or If you wish to me added to our mailing list.  We will respond to you as soon as we can!

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