Angela Nicole Holton

Angela Nicole Holton

Adjunct Faculty

What I do

I am committed to teaching social workers the importance of empathy and compassion in practicing clinical skills and understanding our own emotional intelligence so that we can better understand the emotions of our clients and serve them better.


Relationships, Self-Empowerment, Emotional Intelligence

Professional Biography

Angela Nicole Holton is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work teaching Social Work Clinical Practice Lab.

Angela Nicole is passionate about improving the quality of all human relationships and interactions by better understanding our own personal, emotions, and mental development and cultivating greater skills in self-esteem and self-empowerment, leadership, communication, and emotional intelligence.

Angela Nicole is also a Certified Life Coach, with an emphasis on love and relationships; a multiple published author; a public speaker; and a certified yoga, breath-work and meditation instructor. She attributes her success as a coach and the impact she's had on her clients to her foundational training in the Graduate School of Social Work at New York University.

She holds a B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley and a MSW from New York University. She enjoys travel, meditation, dogs, yoga, hiking, nature, food, music, arts and culture, spending time with family and friends, and has a deep love of the ocean.