Andrew Renick is a Clinical Social Worker in the Rosa Parks House. He has extensive experience working with teens, couples and families. Andrew got his masters degree in Clinical Social Work at Brigham Young University. In addition to his clinical experience, he also has a masters degree in Public Administration, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Western Governors University. Andrew is trained in Trust-Based Relational Interventions and is pursuing training in animal-assisted therapy, emotionally focused therapy and EMDR.
Andrew’s core values include service, social justice, dignity and self worth, and believes that working with students and their families is a sacred trust. Andrew was drawn to New Haven because he strongly believes in treating the whole system and loves New Haven’s team approach to treatment. Andrew has experience working with clients with anxiety, depression, personality disorders, attachment issues, autism spectrum, bipolar and other mood disorders. In his spare time Andrew enjoys taking care of his family, and spending time with animals.