Andrew T. Ashlock, LAPC, NCC
Drew received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from LaGrange College and recently completed his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health and Counseling from Mercer University.
Over the past 5 years, Drew gained valuable experience working with diverse populations in both residential and outpatient settings. His experiences range from working with autistic children to help develop independent living, social, and conflict resolution skills to working in inpatient settings with adults suffering from substance abuse, depression, bipolar, trauma, and psychosis. Over the years, he volunteered with the ‘Lost-N-Found Youth’ to help homeless young adults that were thrown out of their house for being LGBT+. Additionally, Drew has a lot of firsthand experience working individually with children and adolescents struggling from a wide array of mental health issues such as trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, and learning disabilities. He has begun to specialize in complex trauma work, recently receiving training in Brainspotting.