Meet Becky Andrews, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Fellow in Thanatology specializing in working with clients in life transitions, trauma and grief and loss. She is also a certified positive psychology life coach and EMDR Therapy Provider.
Becky has a master’s degree from Utah State University and additional training from the University of Utah.
Becky has Retinitis Pigmentosa and is accompanied by her third guide dog, Georgina. She served as chair of the alumni board for Guide Dogs for the Blind, is past president of the Utah Chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Becky is passionate about advocating for people with disabilities and has conducted numerous trainings to schools, corporations, and community meetings.
She has tandem biked thousands of miles with her husband, Steve. After rediscovering her love of running with the help of dear friends who serve as her guides, she has run eight marathons including the NYC Marathon and Boston Marathon. In 2016 she was a part of the first all physical challenged Ragnar Team to complete Wasatch Back Ragnar.
Becky received the National Mother of Achievement Award in 2013 from American Mothers and has recently written a book: Look up, move forward – losing my vision and finding my resilience. She has created retreats for women – www.oasiscenterforhope.com/retreats continuing her work with women experiencing loss including moms who have had a child die and has expanded her work at Resilient Solutions, Inc.
Becky says, “I am so grateful for the many opportunities and the privilege of being a part of American Mothers.”
A video about Becky is posted on her website at: beckyandrews.info