Clayton Andrews is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 14 years of combined experience in community and mental health. He is a 40 year old Sickle Cell Disease Warrior, a husband and a father of seven. He completed his Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with Troy University and his experiences include serving as a Forensic and Behavioral Health Counselor, Treatment Team Facilitator and as a Clinical Supervisor for RSAT services with the Georgia State Prison System.
His primary focus is the enablement and development of self-sufficiency, development and growth in mental health. Prior to working in the field of mental health, Clayton served the State of Georgia’s children and families for seven years through his work with Child Protective Services and as a CASA Advocacy Supervisor. Clayton is the co-founder of Sickle Cell Champions Association and a Coordinator of SC M.A.N., male-focused and male run organizations, focusing on the Warrior Male. He is also a member of the Sickle Cell Mental Health and Wellness Initiative.
Clayton is certified in the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) for mental health wellness, recovery and maintenance and is also a member of the National Association of Black Counselor’s Forensic Division. Clayton’s therapeutic approach utilizes empowering, person-centered approaches, along with some cognitive-behavioral and some confrontational approaches. Clayton places emphasis on assisting one’s personal growth through positivity, mindfulness and compassion. Clayton's private practice, Andrews Counseling and Family Resource Center focuses directly on the mental health plight of the Sickle Cell Warrior, Men’s Mental Health and Forensic/Mandated practice.
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