Andelige Trauma Counseling & Consulting, PLLC

Caring for your Mind!

About Our Practice

Working in a small town with limited resources, CEO/Founder Nancy sought to create a practice that offered services in a rural city in English and Spanish to meet the vital needs of persons with mental health issues. With the emergence of Telehealth services, the practice could reach clients across the state. Andelige was born to give people a space to recover and thrive. While Nancy started by seeing all types of mental health diagnoses, trauma seemed to be a common thread that would often surface. With the help of her partner, COO Priscilla Corson, the practice grew to treat various forms of trauma, develop a curriculum, and become an expert in treating complex trauma. It has made it its mission to treat trauma recovery with empathy and with the understanding that clients deserve to be treated as the experts in their own lives so that they can be whole again. Now the practice continues to treat various forms of mental health concerns, but one thing remains, an understanding that recovery is possible from whatever life has thrown at you.

Who We Serve

We work with clients on a wide array of life’s dilemmas, but our primary focus is trauma recovery. We know that trauma can impact anyone, no matter the age. Thus, we treat individuals from the ages of 6-99. We provide individual, group, couple, and family therapy. In addition, we have case management, wellness coaching, behavioral rehabilitation, and consulting services. We cater our services to be individualized to the needs of the client.

Nancy E. Giraldo, LCSW-S, CCTP

Nancy E. Giraldo, LCSW-S, CCTP

Chief Executive Officer

Nancy is an experienced bilingual therapist working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and individual adults on various issues. While growing up in the church, she saw frequent misuses of faith and strives to help people recover from spiritual abuse and trauma. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator. She believes in helping individuals find meaning and purpose in their lives. She is a strategic thinker and enjoys delving into the conflicts people face and helping them find solutions. She believes in connection and loves assisting in bridge-building between families and couples. She seeks new information on the best treatment methods and is a lifelong learner. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her nieces and trying out new technology gadgets she finds.

She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southwestern Adventist University, a master’s degree in social work with an emphasis in clinical practice from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a secondary master’s degree in applied psychology from Walden University.


Treatment Orientation:

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, Family / Marital, Family Systems, Gottman Method, Humanistic, Interpersonal, Multicultural, Play Therapy Techniques

Top 5 Strengths:

Connectedness, Intellection, Input, Responsibility, Empathy


Priscilla E. Corson LCSW, CA

Priscilla E. Corson LCSW, CA

Chief Operating Officer

Priscilla is a bilingual clinical therapist and nationally credentialed domestic violence advocate. She believes in the inherent value of each human being, and the resilient nature of individuals. She holds strongly that everyone is trying the best they can and approaches clients with empathy and understanding. Priscilla has worked extensively with trauma working with domestic violence victims and specializing in treatment of PTSD and complex trauma in adolescents and military populations. She has presented and trained on military trauma and suicide initiatives and has served on Governor’s coalitions targeting suicide in service members and their families. In her free time Priscilla enjoys playing games with her big family and traveling the world including living in South Korea now with her active-duty husband.

She has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Walla Walla University and a master’s degree in social work with an emphasis in advanced clinical practice from Walden University.

Treatment Orientation:

Trauma-Focused CBT, Gottman, DBT, EMDR Trained, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Culturally Sensitive, Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered,

Top 5 Strengths:

Belief, Individualization, Developer, Arranger, Responsibility

Laura Rodriguez LMSW

Care Coordinator

Laura is a bilingual social worker with extensive experience working with school age children and families. She has worked with the school system for over 15 years. She loves equipping families with the tools needed for success. She enjoys advocating for the needs of clients and believes that all people deserve the chance to advance themselves.  

She has a bachelor’s degree from Southwestern Adventist University in social work and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas at Arlington.  

Treatment Orientation:
Cognitive Behavioral Education, Advocacy, Linkage, Needs Assessing, Solution-Focused, Motivational Interviewing 

Ingrid Shadow, LCSW

Ingrid Shadow, LCSW


Ingrid Shadow, MSW, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Bachelors and Master’s degree in Social Work from Rutgers University of New Jersey, with an emphasis in Mental health. Ingrid currently works as a full time therapist for Christian Works, a non profit organization in Fort Worth, and as a part-time contractor for Andelige Counseling.

Ingrid has many years of experience working with  children and families in the school system, and implementing programs at various non profit organizations in New Jersey, Wisconsin and Texas.

She began her career supporting families who were initially receiving public assistance become self sufficient. She went on to supervise a school based holistic and preventive program that offered elementary school students in the Fort Worth ISD the support needed for them to graduate from high school. She  obtained a Masters of Arts in School Counseling and served for 8 years as a School Counselor.  Ingrid has volunteered for several years as Grief and Divorce Support Group facilitator and Hospice.

Her areas of expertise include:  individuals, family, children, couples, relationship issues, stress management, Emotional Freedom technique, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and personal growth.

Ingrid utilizes a multidimensional approach to therapy, exploring each individual’s biological, psychological, social and spiritual needs. She desires to come along side others to assist them in healing from trauma, building self-worth, improving communication in their relationships and reaching their goals.

Ingrid is an interactive, solution focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to evaluate each person within their environment, provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

She has been married to her husband for 31 years and has 2 daughters.

Regina Martinez

Regina Martinez

INSPIRE Summer Camp Lead Counselor and Educator

Regina Martinez is a seasoned educator with over two decades of experience in the field of education. With a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, and a Master’s degree in School Counseling from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.

Throughout her dynamic career, Regina has held various roles in education, including serving as a first-grade teacher, kindergarten teacher, second-grade teacher, high school counselor, and homeschool educator. Her diverse background has equipped her with a deep understanding of the developmental needs of students across different age groups and educational settings.

Currently, Regina serves as a dedicated school guidance counselor at a private school catering to grades PK-8. Her passion for teaching and nurturing young minds is evident in her commitment to helping students develop essential life skills and social competencies that will serve them well beyond the classroom.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Regina finds joy in outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, gardening, and raising chickens. She believes in the importance of connecting with nature and instilling a sense of appreciation for the environment in the children she works with.

Regina is thrilled to join INSPIRE camp, where she hopes to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children by imparting valuable skills and fostering a love for learning that extends far beyond the campgrounds. Her enthusiasm, dedication, and genuine passion for education make her a valuable asset to any educational community.