B.A., Iona College // M.A., Iona College // Psy.D., Duquesne University
Dr. Andrew Barile was awarded his Doctorate of Psychology in child and school psychology with experience in private and public schools, school-based behavioral health programs, and a pediatric psychiatric hospital.
Andrew provides experience treating children and their families with a concentration in anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and trauma. Andrew completed his predoctoral internship at Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center in Orangeburg, NY where he helped patients and their families alleviate maladaptive coping strategies and increase positive social-emotional and mental health outcomes. Andrew has wide-ranging assessment experience in neuropsychological, psychodiagnostics and psychoeducational evaluations to assist in therapeutic and educational treatment planning. He uses CBT, ACT, and compassion-focused approaches in his therapeutic relationships.
Andrew is inspired by his clients’ courage as they tackle their fear daily. He believes that people should not be defined by their anxiety, but by their response to it. Andrew’s clients understand that in facing their fear, the only way around it is through it.