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Bio

My work is in theatre and psychology. I am passionate about community creativity and accountability. I am a first year drama therapy student at Lesley University. My work focuses on the queer community, homelessness, foster care, and advocacy for sex trafficking survivors.

Currently I run an educational LGBT support group at Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health in Kennesaw, GA. I am working to complete my workbook for this program, so stay tuned for access!

My hobbies include singing, dancing, crafting, and poetry. I believe my future success as a therapist depends greatly on cultivating my identity as an individual so I can show up as my full self.

I find community activism to be an integral part of developing my therapeutic practice. I am involved in Stop Cop City, the Black Lives Matter movement, Food not Bombs, and many other local and national organizations for social justice.

I am currently working on my certification in yoga instruction and plan to create several groups that will directly benefit the local homeless population through cash donations and harm reduction resources.

 

If you would like to donate or get involved, please feel free to contact me via social media or email.

Education

Kennesaw State University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Bachelor of Art in Theatre and Performance Studies

Lesley University

Pursuing: Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy with a focus in Drama Therapy

Andi Faber
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