Abigail Makepeace began as an actress and studied theater at Carnegie Mellon University. Upon graduation, she accepted the position of Theater Director for the Black Eyed Peas Peapod Music and Arts Academy. She also taught acting workshops throughout the United States and provided special theater training for industry professionals such as the performers of Cirque Du Soleil.
Witnessing the therapeutic healing powers her students experienced through art, Abigail decided to pursue a masters degree in psychology and graduated with honors from Antioch University. Her graduation was followed with an internship at the renowned Southern California Counseling Center, where she gained experience working with clients with different backgrounds and issues. Pulling from her love for both acting and psychology, Abigail wrote and starred in the SOHO Film Festival award-winning film, "Pale Blue, " in which she portrayed the role of an expectant mother struggling with a debilitating mental illness.
Abigail now has a thriving private practice in Los Angeles, where she works with clients of all backgrounds, including celebrity clientele.