Andrew Fish

Andrew Fish, A-CMHC

Primary Therapist
Mountain View

Andrew is new to the clinical team, but not to Alpine Academy. Andrew began his career in 2011 at Alpine Academy as a Social Studies teacher. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in History and a Masters of Arts in Teaching. He recently graduated from the CACREP-accredited CMHC program at Adams State University and is now serving as a primary therapist. 

Andrew loves seeing his students learn to love themselves, to love to learn, and even more than that he loves to make them laugh as they do so. According to Andrew, the key to a happy life is humor and using it while teaching is no exception. His favorite quote is one that comes from Bryan Stevenson, which states that “Each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.”

He truly believes that each and every person is better than their 100 worst mistakes and that you are never defined by your past. He works every day to apply this philosophy to the classroom and is passionate about teaching students that they are worthy of love, loving themselves, and making the world a better place.

Andrew is local to Salt Lake City and enjoys being outdoors. Some of his favorite activities are climbing, paddle boarding, and seeing new places.

Credentials

  • Bachelors of History
  • Masters in Teaching, Masters in CMHC