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Andrew Dyer, MS, LPC, NCC
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Andrew Dyer, MS, LPC, NCC

Therapist

Locations:

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Pennsylvania

Specialties

😟Anxiety
😐Depression
😞Grief
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About

Andrew is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has acquired significant experience working with mental health, substance disorders, and LGBT issues. He believes that everyone should be afforded an opportunity to receive therapy. He is warm, highly empathetic, and easy-going.

During his free time, Andrew enjoys spending time with his husband and cats. Andrew's hobbies include reading, exercising, gaming, and spending time with friends.

Locations:

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Credentials, Qualifications and Languages

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    University of Pittsburgh, MS in Clinical Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling, 2019

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    Edinboro University, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 2017

Why Healthcare

Andrew believes that in today's climate, access to mental health care is fundamental to sustaining a healthy well-being for everyone.

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