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Dr. Anthony Andrews

 Assistant Professor | anthony.andrews@udc.edu

 

Dr. Anthony Andrews is an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling in the Division of Education, Health, and Social Work in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of the District of Columbia. His research interests include rehabilitation education related to the mass incarceration and recidivism of African American males.  He also has research interests in trauma-informed care, mentorship, and disability.  His educational background includes degrees in Sociology (B.A.), Rehabilitation Counseling (M.S.), and Rehabilitation Counseling and Counselor Education (Ph.D.). Dr. Andrews has 10 years of experience as a clinical rehabilitation counselor, and he owned and operated Andrews Counseling and Consulting, PLLC, in North Carolina. He is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), Board Certified Tele-Mental Health Provider (BC-TMH), and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor-Qualified Supervisor (LCMHC) in North & South Carolina. Dr. Andrews believes students are equipped with individual and diverse experiences, beliefs, and goals that inform their interactions with clients, peers, instructors, and the body of knowledge. As a counselor educator, he believes he is accountable for creating and maintaining an atmosphere that promotes active learning and encourages exploration, evaluation, understanding, application, and the synthesis of material in a clinically relevant manner.

Dr. Anthony Andrews