When not at sea, Andrew is a staff psychologist at Colorado State University’s Health Network where he provides mental health counseling to CSU students. He also works as a an ‘on-call’ Behavioral Health consultant to medical services, and is a liaison with the Office of International Programs. In addition to providing services to students, Andrew loves training new therapists.
Andrew earned an MA in International Psychology from Alliant International University in Mexico City in 2013 and a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University in Indiana in 2018. He has taught undergraduate courses in Multicultural Counseling, Psychology of Sex, and Modern Psychology. As a therapist he specializes in issues related to sex and sexuality, interpersonal relationships, ADHD, trauma, and has heavily focused on working with folks from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Before studying psychology, Andrew worked as an international sales executive for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, and later for a design firm located on Wall St. in New York City. He has lived in over 10 cities across the United States, Brazil, and Mexico and speaks: English, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Andrew is aboard with his partner and their son. They are excited to be embarking on this adventure as a family and look forward to the privilege of experiencing new parts of the world. While the timing of such a voyage may not be ideal during a pandemic, there is no better time than the present to examine one’s own humanity by viewing it in others.