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Andrew Eisenman, MA

Lecturer of CounselingMaster of Science in Counseling

Mr. Andrew Eisenman

BA: Wartburg College
MA: University of Northern Iowa

Mr. Andrew Eisenman earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wartburg College and his master’s degree in School Counseling from the University of Northern Iowa.

Mr. Eisenman is a professional school counselor in the state of Iowa and his professional experience includes working clinically with diverse student populations, including his time as a high school counselor in Kuwait. His passion for advocacy and networking has made him an influential voice in his field. Mr. Eisenman is a firm believer in the power relationship building to effect positive change in the world. He has provided training in ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and working with diverse learners.

Currently, Mr. Eisenman is pursuing a doctorate degree in Counselor Education at Walden University. His commitment to the counseling profession is further demonstrated through his active involvement in leadership roles. Mr. Eisenman serves as a board member of the Iowa School Counselor Association, where he contributes to shaping educational policies and best practices that influence counseling programs statewide. Additionally, he holds a position on the board of the North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, working to enhance the quality of counselor education and supervision across the region.

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