Andy Yang, MA, LPC
Connection, understanding, growth, empowerment and fulfillment are basic human needs. We are naturally hardwired to relate. When we have these the possibilities are vast and we thrive! But when we feel disconnected, misunderstood, stuck, and empty, it feels painful and isolating. We are left yearning for relief, resources and restoration. In the end we want a sense of balance and sustainability.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor that practices in Boulder, Colorado. I bring a warm, kind, gentle approach to therapy to establish trust, and build a relationship that allows for the supportive you need to progress through your growth. I use a variety of approaches that tailor to your strengths, creativity and passions for you to get the most out of your journey.
I earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in History from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master’s of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. During my graduate program, I participated in a yearlong internship with Providence Network working with individuals and families coming out of homelessness, and provided counseling services to children and moms rebuilding from domestic violence, as well as group therapy for men recovering from addictions. Since attaining my licensure, I have continuously sought further education and trainings to enhance my practice, and be a better provider of care to clients.
For two years post-graduation, I provided in-home therapy services and led behavioral coaches as we worked extensively with a variety of families, adolescents, and children in the foster system with histories of trauma, abuse, dependency and neglect. I have been in private practice since 2015. I have experience working with the family as a whole, as well as with each individual family member to meet their needs in seeking healing. In addition, I am a full time Youth Pastor where I continue to work with kids and make a difference in the community.
Child and Adolescent Development, Parenting, Depression, Anxiety, EMDR, Adjustment and Transitions, Self-Esteem, Emotional Intelligence, Childhood work
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Parents, Highly Sensitive People