Andrew is a Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) with Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT)certification. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Therapy from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. While at Berklee, Andrew explored the intersections of music and neuroscience as a research assistant for both a cognitive neuroscience lab and an auditory perception study to dig deeper into the connections between music, language acquisition, and implicit learning skills.
Along with clinical training experience in geriatric dementia care, community music therapy (CoMT), special education, and acute behavioral health, Andrew has considerable professional experience in rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and acquired brain injury (ABI) ranging from outpatient pediatrics to inpatient adolescents and adults. He is extremely passionate about deepening our understanding of music’s relationship with the brain through evidence-based clinical practices. Through a person-centered and neuropsychological lens, he
strives to provide compassionate and meaningful care that meets clients where they are and prioritizes autonomy and independence in their unique journeys to improved wellbeing.
Andrew is originally from San Diego, CA and moved to Denver in July of 2022. When he isn’t making music, he enjoys rock climbing, camping, hiking, traveling, and discovering good food with friends and loved ones.