Andrew is a Humanistic and strengths-based therapist who specializes in working with patients with disorders such as Bipolar, depression, anxiety, and mood and behavior disorders, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and specified trauma, communication, lack of assertiveness, and self-worth, and addiction in all forms (i.e. drug, gambling, video games, etc.). Andrew also specializes in couples and individuals who are experiencing relationship discord regarding communication, infidelity, financial problems, work/life balance, and sexual dysfunction as well as parenting issues including dealing with behavioral issues, low self-esteem, and bullying. Andrew works with patients to understand and solve the motivations, behaviors, and thought processes that lead to any number of issues and problems, and views treatment as a holistic part of healing. Andrew’s background includes working as a professor at the University of Utah where he taught courses on Infancy and Early Childhood Development, Adolescent Development, Parent/Child Relationships, Marriage and Family, and Human Sexuality. Andrew earned both his undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies as well as his Master of Social Work at the University of Utah. Andrew has served on several university and state advisory boards. His therapeutic techniques vary based on an individual’s needs and desired outcomes. He utilizes a combination of therapeutic modalities because he believes that life and the issues we all face are not simple: lives are complex! He works to help simplify and find lasting solutions to problems.
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