Andrew Crandall LMSW
Andrew Crandall is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and received his Master’s Degree from Washburn University in 2013. Prior to that, he completed his undergraduate degree in Family Ministry with an emphasis in Counseling in 2010. Andrew has worked in a variety of contexts with a wide range of demographics. In Topeka, he worked in a Community Mental Health Center providing group counseling to children with psychosocial and behavioral disorders and also supported that same clientele on an individual basis in the classroom setting. Andrew then worked in an acute care psychiatric hospital with children, adults, and geriatric patients providing short-term, problem-focused individual, group, and family therapy and counseling.
Andrew is currently providing individual and group sex offender treatment in Lansing Correctional Facility. His goals in working with people include: helping others see connections from behavior to their consequences and for them to understand the relationship between what has happened in the past and what needs to change for the future that could be.