Web Based Classes


Trauma Tapping Technique

Trauma Tapping Technique, aka Tapping, is an easy self-help tool. It helps neutralize intense emotions by interrupting a stress response, and brings you to a calm state.
It’s always about More Deeply and Profoundly, Loving & Accepting YOU. 

Coaching Services

Having a coach to help you reach beyond your current life is such a valuable and helpful tool. Working with a coach for support and encouragement makes the road more fun. Packages are a great way to show yourself commitment. Sign up for a free 15 min consult today. 


While my intuitive side plays a part in all the services I offer, I can also channel guidance for your questions and life direction. I do this with the intention of introducing you to your guides so you can have direct conversations with Universal Intelligence and Your Highest Wisdom.


Self-help Tools for Emotional First Aid


UPcoming Classes

Check out the latest in web based classes! We have so much fun coming up! https://angelaraeclark.as.me/?appointmentType=category:After+%23metoo


App for Emotional First Aid


Angela Rae Clark is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation. Angela is a survivor leader, speaker, and teacher of mindfulness tools for interrupting patterns of trauma and vicarious trauma. She loves to assist individuals take charge of their mental and emotional well-being. As a Recovery Coach, Angela teaches techniques that help rebuild confidence, reclaim one’s voice, and define what’s next for personal and professional development.
Angela is a Member of the National Survivor Network for Human Trafficking, Ambassador for Peaceful Heart Network, and Advocate for www.FREA.Support. Angela’s TEDx Talk, What To Do After #metoo, can be viewed on her website along with her book, The Other F Word, My Handbook on Forgiveness. Angela enjoys dancing, singing, hiking, and adventures in the wild. Angela loves her life and wants other survivors to know they can thrive too.

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton