Andy Chiaraluce, MA, LMHC

Andy found his passion as a mental health counselor through years of exploration of his own inner landscape. He is devoted to assisting others on their journey of uncovering their true Self, by creating a safe, gentle therapeutic container for emotional processing and self discovery.  With a specialization in ecopsychology, he believes the natural world to be one of the greatest guides to our personal purpose. This foundational philosophy assists Andy in helping others cultivate a relationship with their own inner healer and innate intuitive gifts. Andy believes in a non-judgmental and compassionate approach to the counseling relationship, walking alongside his clients and reflecting the truth he hears, sees, and feels.  Andy integrates his training in EMDR into counseling sessions as a powerful modality for working with trauma, stuck patterns, and self-limiting beliefs.

Credentials and Trainings

MA in Counseling Psychology.  Prescott College, AZ. With a specialization in ecopsychology/ecotherapy.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

EMDR trained by: Trauma Recovery HAP Institute

Collaborations with the Natural World: Nature-based Wilderness Therapy Intensive Training. With Katie Asmus, LPC.

Wilderness First Responder

Resources for drug use and COVID-19 risk reduction

The link below contains guidance documents, government advisories, and tools for people who use drugs and stakeholders likely to engage with people who use drugs, including: Syringe services programs and other harm reduction service providers Medications for opioid use disorder treatment providers, including emergency departments, clinicians, including opioid treatment programs Homeless service providers, including outreach, shelter, and housing Peer navigators, recovery coaches, and community health workers Criminal justice professionals, including corrections, law enforcement, court personnel, community supervision personnel, and defenders.