Dr. Andrew Gersten is a psychologist in private practice specializing in the assessment and treatment of children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Since his internship training at the University of Massachusetts’ Developmental Clinic in 1986 he has provided cognitive and psychological assessments of children—pre-school through adolescence. He has worked in community mental health as a therapist, assessor, and supervisor and has consulted to elementary and middle schools on school climate, behavioral program development and special education services.
In addition, Andy provides diagnostic assessments in the Child Development Clinic at Amoskeag Health Center. He has been a teacher, presenter, supervisor, researcher, and has taught in graduate counseling programs for over 20 years. He is the author of Integrative Assessment: A Guide for Counselors. He has presented at regional and national counseling and psychology conferences on various topics including: DSM-5, helping children manage stress and build resiliency, school counseling models, and interpersonal problem solving.
Andy is a member of the New Hampshire Psychological Association.