Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
“Are you struggling with a challenging, intimate, social, family, or work relationship? Is it impacting your self-worth and self-confidence? Are you feeling controlled, belittled, hurt, cheated, afraid, or limited? Are you ready to change the dynamics of the relationship?”
“If so, you might find it helpful to meet with someone who has experienced these feelings and understand how difficult it can be to manage these feelings. Let’s begin by identifying your talents and strengths to help you live, laugh, love, and let go of past hurts.”
Former US Air Force
PTSD / Trauma / EMDR
Diversity & Inclusion Self-Esteem
Veteran & Military Families
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Bachelor of Psychology, American Military University.
Master of Marriage & Family Therapy, Argos University.
Andrew Norwood was honorably discharged from the United States Air Force after serving his country for 7 years, and enjoys working with the military community.
He provides individual, couple, and family therapy addressing a variety of clinical issues for children, adolescents, and adults. Andrew practices from a humanistic, psychodynamic, and family systems perspective. He is passionate about working with those who are hurting and finds it an honor to be a part of the healing process that can occur through psychotherapy. He prioritizes and values developing a strong and authentic relationship with his clients. Andrew takes a collaborative approach to help his clients find relief from the emotional pain that brought them to therapy, as well as, to gain a deeper understanding into the roots of their problems.
Outside the office, Andrew enjoys sports, bodybuilding, Dungeons & Dragons, cooking, and … sleep! All while working to complete his MBA.