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Dr. Angela M Grayson, LPC, BC-DMT, NCC



CEO/Chief Clinician


DE Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (DE LPCMH)
PA Licensed Professional Counselor (PA LPC)
Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist (BC-DMT)
National Certified Counselor


Creative Arts Therapy ~ Dance/Movement Therapy
Stress Management
Multicultural Competence

Career Highlights
Hello, my name is Dr. Angela M Grayson and I am the Proprietor and CEO of Good Fruit Expressive Arts Counseling and Psychotherapy LLC. I have worked in behavioral health services throughout the Delaware Valley since 1994 and received educational training from the University of Delaware (Psychology), Drexel University (Creative Arts Therapy-Dance/Movement Therapy), and Saybrook University (Clinical Psychology).

In addition to being a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, I am also an Executive Stress Management Coach and Licensed Minister of Dance. These unique training experiences intertwine into a mind, body and spirit approach which is the foundation of my private practice.

As a clinician, I specialize in helping executives and organizations address personal and work-related stress through creative means so that they can maximize their potential and avoid burnout. My unique approach builds a therapeutic partnership to work through current struggles using creative and dynamic techniques specific to enhancing professional development.

During our partnership I may implement a combination of Humanistic, African-centered, and Transpersonal psychology which helps to uncover, explore, express, and heal the whole self emotionally, cognitively, socially, physically, and spiritually.

I am the creator of The Girlfriend Retreat Experience which provides a safe transformative space for women to enhance their relationships with the women in their lives (mother, sister, friend, co-worker, etc.). In addition, I am the creator of The Teammate Retreat Experience which provides a safe transformative space for supervisors/managers and their team to use creative means to build on individual strengths that maximize the productivity of the team.

As an educator, I teach graduate level students in the Creative Arts Therapy and Counseling Department at Drexel University (Pennsylvania). In this role I have chaired and advised theses and capstone projects, as well as, taught the following courses: Social and Cultural Foundations in Counseling (Multicultural Perspectives), Clinical Appraisal and Assessment, and Advanced Clinical Supervision.

I have also taught undergraduate students in the Psychology Department at Wilmington University (Delaware). In this role I have taught the following courses: Introduction to Expressive Arts Therapies and Counseling Process: Techniques and Applications.

As a professional speaker and conference presenter, I am often called upon in the areas of mental health, stress management, diversity, creativity, and spirituality. I provide keynote as well as breakout presentations for a variety of organizations and educational institutions.

Professional roles I fulfill include: past member of the Board of Directors – American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), charter member and inaugural Chair of the Multicultural and Diversity Committee (ADTA MDC), past President of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the ADTA (PAADTA), member of the Standards and Ethics Committee of the ADTA, and Vice President of the Black Americans and African Descendants Affinity Group (BAAD) of the ADTA. I am also affiliated with the Association of Black Psychologists, American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, National Liturgical Dance Network, and the Sacred Dance Guild.