Angelique obtained her Master Degree in Counseling Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. She also holds her B.S. in Psychology from Northeastern University. While in graduate school she interned in Worcester working with children who had DCF involvement as an after-school mental health clinician. She also interned clinician at H.A.R.T House in Tewksbury, a substance use residential treatment facility for women with children in DCF custody. Angelique has also been a clinician for couples and families in the past. Most recently, Angelique worked as a full time clinician specializing in addiction treatment for Community Substance Abuse Services, a methadone maintenance program that provides individual and group counseling as well as case management to individuals diagnosed as opiate dependent.