Anthony Paul Andrews M.S., Neuropsychological Testing Assistant
Anthony Paul Andrews grew up in rural Georgia. After graduating high school, he served on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, where his job responsibilities included IT implementation, repair, and optimization. After an honorable discharge in 2007, Paul completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology at the University of Georgia, where he graduated with distinction cum laude.
Paul did his graduate training in Clinical Psychology, with a specialization in Neuropsychology, at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He will earn his Ph.D. in August 2019.
He completed an APA-approved internship in Neuropsychology at Togus VA Hospital in June 2019, and he will be completing an APA- and APPCN-approved postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the same location from 2019-2021.
Paul’s clinical and research interests include: differential diagnosis and treatment planning of complicated medical and mental health presentations (e.g., complex PTSD; normal aging vs. MCI vs. dementia), performance and self-report-based personality assessment, malingering/ other forms of secondary gain, memory assessment, cognitive function and dysfunction in professional athletes, and applied forensic neuropsychology. He has presented on these topics and others at local and national conferences.
Hobbies include golf, billiards, fast cars, IT maintenance and repair, and the University of Georgia football. Go Dawgs!