“Andrew is the kind of person where you feel like you can share anything. His ability to listen is healing in and of itself.”

“I was going a bit crazy holding everything in with nobody that could quite understand me. After talking to Andrew for a while I felt lighter. I felt validated in my experiences. I felt a sense of higher self-esteem and self-acceptance after talking with him.

If anyone is looking for some counseling and might be a little be worried about having to find someone that can listen openly without judgment, you need to contact Andrew.”
– TJ Nelson

 

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