Andrew Roach, a native of Monroe, Louisiana, has been a clinician in Arkansas since 1994. He has 25 years of experience working with the chronic mentally ill in both the inpatient and outpatient settings and been in private practice for over a decade, serving community members of Central Arkansas.
Andrew spent his undergraduate days at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, playing football and enjoying life. He then attended Louisiana State University where he received his Master of Social Work. After graduation, he moved to Bryant, Arkansas, where he began his professional career and started his family. Andrew is passionate about his family, health and wellness, and playing rugby with the Little Rock Rugby Club.
He utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy and focuses on the strengths and past successes of individuals. Andrew incorporates spirituality while confronting, challenging, and encouraging his patients while working to connect them to key people and organizations in their community. He helps find and understand their purpose and meaning in life while focusing on overall health and wellness – physically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
Andrew feels it’s critical to create an environment for hope, change, and recovery. Whether it’s setting meaningful goals and objectives or navigating barriers, he helps patients address emotions, beliefs, expectations, traumas, behaviors, and relationships.