Terrie Andrews, PhD
Psychologist

Terrie W. Andrews, PhD graduated from Florida State University in 2012 in the Combined Doctoral Program in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship in the Trauma Unit/Acute Care, Department of Surgery at UF Health – Jacksonville. Dr. Andrews believes in a multidisciplinary approach that focuses on patient-centered care, creates a safe environment for children and adolescents, and provides parents with the knowledge of how to best help their child. Her areas of interest include:

  • Learning Disabilities

  • ADHD Evaluations

  • School Psychology

  • Early Childhood Developmental Concerns

  • Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Mood and Anxiety Disorders

  • Acute Stress and Grief Therapy

  • Neuropsychological Assessment

Provider Profile

Specialties:

Psychologist Tooltip image Psychologists provide professional services relating to the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, treatment and prevention of psychological, emotional, psychophysiological and behavioral disorders in individuals across the lifespan. These services include procedures for understanding, predicting, and alleviating intellectual, emotional, physical, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment, and mental illness, as well as other forms of discomfort.

Florida Board of Psychology

Education & Training:

Doctor of Philosophy

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Ages Treated:

  • Infant

  • Toddler

  • Adolescent

  • Teen

  • Adult

  • Senior

Legal Practice Name:

Baptist Behavioral Health

From the Doctor:

In treating children, adolescents, and college-aged adults, it is important to understand the relationship between the developing person and the environment, such as school, family, community and culture. My training in school psychology and child/adolescent development will help guide parents through a thorough assessment of the child’s development thus far, discussion of the problem and planning for the future assessments and therapy sessions. My experience of working in the school system will help parents navigate through the school policies and procedures related to special education services for their child in the school or university setting.

In addition to my school psychology background, I have extensive training in an acute-care hospital setting providing psychological services to children, adults, and families in crisis; and in acute situations such as an untimely death in the family, a severe car accident, or a traumatic injury.

As a native of Jacksonville, my husband, two children and I enjoy everything Jacksonville has to offer such as the revived downtown life, the beaches, rural communities, and local state parks. Each year, my extended family has a tradition of gathering on Thanksgiving and celebrating life and all it has offered us for the past year, and what we can be thankful for during the upcoming year.