Angela W. McShan is a professional copywriter with more than ten years of writing and research experience covering a variety of health-related topics. Currently, she contributes to the research and discovery of the improvement and awareness of mental health services available to individuals and their families. Currently, she is contributing to the expansion and growth of a free online mental health resource with Regain.us/advice. Angela has a primary interest in relationship and family development, and she aims to deliver insightful and informative information to bring awareness to the topics of mental and emotional health and wellness.
Angela has several years of experience writing about mental health topics in medical settings, focusing on research and current mental health legislature. She explores a variety of opportunities to expand her current knowledge on changes and advancements in the mental health sector. Her motivation to increase her knowledge in the area is deeply rooted in personal experiences and obstacles she’s encountered while assisting loved ones with issues involving mental health.
As an editor, contributor, and writer servicing local, national, and international clients, Angela covers topics related to relationships, depression, bipolar disorder, grief, mental health rehabilitation, and emotional distress in aging adults. She contributes to research and writing efforts in the form of blogs, general articles, and advertisement content. Angela demonstrates her passion and commitment to the advancement of and improvement of mental health and wellness through her writing.
Angela W. McShan attended the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) for pre-professional studies and holds a degree of Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management and Occupational Therapy from the University of Alabama (Birmingham). She is currently pursuing a certification in Human Development and Family Sciences. Angela has completed studies and obtained certifications in literary and life coaching programs from SNHU (Southern New Hampshire University).
“My Philosophy on Mental Health & Wellness”
Mental health is a delicate and abrasive topic. Because of my love for family and refusal to see anyone close to me fall victim to the harshness surrounding the lack of provisions made available for those living with mental health issues, I am committed to educating others on ways to bring awareness and change to the sensitive subject. It is my goal to inspire and encourage others who face similar encounters. My contribution to the advancement of mental health awareness and emotional wellness is supported by conducting continuous research and writing compelling copy that keeps readers informed.