Andrew received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2017 from Dallas Christian College in Dallas, TX. He has worked in a variety of homeless outreaches, as well as with teens, and adults in mental health and ministry settings. Andrew received his Master of Arts in Counseling in 2021 from Western Seminary in Portland, OR. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counseling Associate with the State of Washington.
Counseling Approach & Experience
Andrew Believes that in spite of the variety of challenges, struggles, and issues individuals face, each has the ability to live a more abundant life. Andrew aims to assist clients in discovering the path best suited for them to resolve past and present issues. He provides a non-judgmental, encouraging, and safe space where individuals can discuss their story and goals, while working towards healing and growth.
Andrew approaches counseling in a holistic manner by helping to identify and address areas of growth in the client's mental, spiritual, relational, and physical domains. This process involves drawing from a variety of counseling approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Narrative Therapy.
Andrew believes that every person is deeply loved by Jesus, who offers healing, growth, and restoration to all individuals in a variety of ways. As we each have a story that is unique and personal, counseling sessions are tailored to the specific needs of each client. Andrew has experience working with ADDICTION, TRAUMA, ABUSE, GRIEF & LOSS, ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, and RELATIONAL ISSUES.