Michael McAndrew is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Denver, Colorado. Michael holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, a master’s degree in Conflict Transformation with an emphasis in psychosocial trauma, as well as a graduate certificate in Restorative Justice. He is also a doctoral candidate at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis.
As an LPCC, Michael has clinical experience working with people with addictions, recently incarcerated men and women, LGBTQ individuals (particularly very vulnerable youth), children as young as three and as old as twelve, teenagers, college students, veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress and/or military sexual trauma, families, groups, and many other individuals who seek to find their desire in life. Michael has worked with a number of complex trauma focused and trauma-based modalities in settings, but generally with psychodynamic and psychoanalytic methods; in which one can “get to the root of their problem,” and speak freely in a way in which they are not judged.
Michael has written, published, and presented numerous journal articles and made many conference presentations of papers based in trauma studies, and is very conversant in working with all kinds of people, in many kinds of settings.