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Andrew (he/him/his) approaches therapy with curiosity, connection, insight, acceptance, compassion, and a splash of humor. He aims to create an environment where you can feel safe to explore, discover and embrace your truest and best self. He believes an essential task of therapy is to foster reflection in order to develop self-awareness, leading to a greater ability to adaptively and effectively navigate life.

Outside of therapy, you can find Andrew at a kickboxing class, watching a true crime docuseries, planning a trip, or playing with his mini poodle, Hudson. Andrew is involved with the Central Park Conservancy, the Stonewall Community Foundation and Best Friends Pet Adoption Center. 

  • Anxiety

  • LGBTQ+

  • Non-Monogamy

  • Trauma

  • Life Transitions

  • Relationship Obstacles

  • Identity

  • Addiction

  • Depression

  • Emerging Adults

  • New York University, Silver School of Social Work, Post-Master's Certificate in Trauma-Informed Clinical Practice 

  • Arizona State University, Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions, Master of Social Work with a specialization in Adult Mental Health

  • Loyola University Chicago, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Economics

  • International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

  • Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy

  • Attachment-Focused-EMDR (in progress - Parnell Institute)

  • Two Year Training Program in Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy)

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Beck Institute)

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (PESI)

  • LGBTQ+ Mental Health Care (Fenway Institute)

  • Integrated Mental Health & Addiction Treatment (Center for Practice Innovations at Columbia Psychiatry)

  • Holistic Health Coach (Institute for Integrative Nutrition)

  • Meditation Guide (Yoga Alliance)

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