Andrea Sunderman Edwards
Reaching out for help in the midst of life challenges can often feel intimidating, overwhelming, and frightening at times. Taking this step of reaching out for support is a courageous and important step in working towards compassionate well-being. From difficulties getting out of bed, feeling stuck or lost, struggling with non-stop thoughts, difficulties sleeping, eating concerns, identity discovery, self-harm to suicidal ideation, there is a safe space for you to feel what you feel, explore where you are at, and be supported in your goals on your journey. In our work together, I value creating a safe space for adolescents, adults, and families to compassionately approach whatever they may be experiencing. Change often takes time, kindness, and care and I would be honored to walk with you, your teen, or your family as we work together to develop a deeper understanding of who you are and what it looks like for you to thrive. In our work together, we will identify helpful skills, tools, and insights to encourage growth, positive connection, communication, self-compassion, and acceptance in a way that honors your own unique background and self. Life is hard and it often throws new challenges and having compassionate support can help make a positive difference. I look forward to connecting with you, your teen, or your family as we work together towards compassionate well-being.
M.A – Bethel University
B.A. – Bethel University
CARE Counseling (Present)
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Treatment at Christian Family Solutions
Community-Based Mental Health Admissions Specialist at Integrity Living Options
Adult and Family Advocate at Tubman Domestic Violence Shelter
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.