Andy Newman, LAC
"There is great comfort and inspiration in the feeling of close human relationships... a powerful force to overcome the though breaks which are certain to come to most of use from time to time."
Andy is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) and received his Masters in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. He has experience in working with all age groups on struggles such as depression, anxiety, faith transitions, trauma, addiction, teen behavioral struggles & more. He is particularly passionate about providing affirming support for the LGBTQ+ community.
“Do you struggle with self-defeating thoughts or feelings of worthlessness? Are you experiencing a transition of faith? Are you LGBTQ and looking for affirming support? Are you struggling with depression and/or anxiety? Is your teenager struggling with any of these issues? You are not alone. I am here to meet you exactly where you are to work through all the messiness that comes with these situations. I have a deep love for people from all walks of life and want to help you realize your own value, exactly where you are right now.
I am extremely passionate about the worth every individual has and am motivated to help people find that value in themselves. I am a proponent of strong client-counselor relationships that foster an environment of trust to help clients realize and accomplish their goals. I live with my wife and two daughters in Queen Creek and am an avid sports fan, self proclaimed choir/theater nerd, and a die hard fan of many popular entertainment franchises such as Star Wars, Marvel and more.”