Dr. Barb Andrews has her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and has held positions as both tenured faculty and core faculty at three different universities since 2004. She has worked in higher education since 1989 and held various leadership positions such as Provost and CEO of a campus, Dean of Student Development, President of the Colorado Counseling Association, and Director of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs. At Walden University, Dr. Andrews is core faculty in the MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program.
Dr. Andrews has extensive experience in program development, new program initiatives, and training and supervising counselors. She has presented at National, International, and Regional Professional Conferences on topics related to student engagement, transitioning from teaching and supervising face-to-face to online and low-residency platforms, counseling supervision, and counseling with indigenous populations.
In 2011, Dr. Andrews was part of a small group of counselors and counselor educators chosen to represent the United States through an institute supported by the National Board of Certified Counselors to help establish and develop the profession of counseling in Bhutan. She has also worked with indiginous populations in Peru.
Her research interests include working with indigenous populations, leadership in higher education, counseling supervision, and relationship and sexuality issues.
PhD, University of Northern Colorado
MS, Shippensburg University
BS, Universityof New Hampshire
Nelson Homeniuk, K., Andrews, B. (2018). Virtual Gatekeeping: Best practices for meeting the unique challenges of remote counselor education. Western Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Andrews, B. (2016). Managing Grief and Loss. Dartmouth Hitchcock
Nelson Homeniuk, K., Andrews, B. (2016). Best Practices for Online Supervision: Meeting the demands and exceeding the expectations of remote supervision. Western Association for Counselor Education
Andrews, B. (2015). Supervision & training for counselors working with military personnel, veterans, and families: Unique needs of individuals traumatized by military experience. Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Andrews, B., Nelson Homeniuk, K., Costin, A. C. (2013). Bridging the Gap to Meet the Clinical Supervision Needs of Practicing School Counselors Following a Crisis. Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Nelson Homeniuk, K., Andrews, B. (2013). Online Best Practices for Counselor Educators. Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Andrews, B., Durham, J. (2012). Beyond Borders: Development of Counseling in the Land of the Thunder Dragon. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Andrews, B., Bruneau, L., McCartney, T. (2012). "Excuse me, waiter, bring me an 'A'": Strategies for counselor educators addressing the new online learner. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education & Supervision
Andrews, B. (2011). Grief and Loss Counseling. Bhutan Counseling Agencies
Bruneau, L., McCartney, T., Andrews, B. (2010). Evidence Based Teaching: The impact of the 2009 CACREP standards on teaching practices in Counselor Education. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education & Supervision