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Faezeh Andrews, Ph.D., LMHC, CAP, NCC, CIRS is an Adjunct Instructor for the Human Services Program, School of Health Professions and FSW Online. Dr. Andrews is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Certified Addictions Professional. Dr. Andrews is a Certified Information and Referral Specialist (CIRS) and has achieved Certification in the Parent Project, Cognitive Self Change, and Forensics.
Dr. Andrews received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from Marymount University in 1987. Her Masters of Arts degree in Human Services from Walden University was awarded in 1992. Dr. Andrews completed her Ph.D. in Human Services with an emphasis in Counseling Psychology at Walden University in 2000. With 30 years of experience in the field of mental health and substance abuse, Dr. Andrews has had extensive post-graduate training and completed her residency at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC.
Dr. Andrews was the Clinical Director for the Juvenile Assessment Center in Lee County Florida where she was responsible for clinical review of over 200 mental health and substance abuse assessments per month for quality assurance. She provided oversight for the Lee County Substance Abuse Diversion Program, which included juvenile outpatient group counseling and the supervision of interns from Florida Gulf Coast University. She has also assisted in program development for the Charlotte County Jail Diversion Program and has her private practice in Lee Co. Dr. Andrews has served as an Adjunct Professor at Florida Southwestern State College (Previously known Edison State College, ESC). Dr. Andrews initiated the Human Services Program and has been teaching at FSW/ESC Since 2003. Also, she has taught at Florida Gulf Coast University via ESC and at Virginia Community College. Formerly, she has served as the Youth Program Director at Southwest Florida Addictions Services, a Geriatric Prevention Specialist, a Clinical Director of Outpatient Emergency Services with the Department of Juvenile Justice, and a counselor at Georgetown University Psychiatric Ward.
Dr. Andrews has been the Director for the Charlotte County 2-1-1 Program since 2005. There, she assists Charlotte County, Florida residents with obtaining resources and implemented the zip code mapping of statistical information or needs to generate additional funding for services for the nonprofit agencies.
Dr. Andrews has received two Public Recognition Awards for her services with the Kid-Link Hotline for providing excellent mental health and substance abuse resources to District 6, which includes Lee, Sarasota, Desoto, Hendry, Glades and Charlotte Counties. Dr. Andrews co-authored and presented the ABC’s of Information and Referral (2007) and published monthly statistics on the Charlotte 2-1-1 website. Additionally, Dr. Andrews published articles for the Kid-Link /Quarterly on the topics of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for children and families and has written a blog related to Substance Abuse/ use for the Drug Free Charlotte County.