Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Andrade is currently providing individual psychotherapy via telehealth, specifically Doxy. In preparations for providing telehealth services, Dr. Andrade has recently completed the American Psychological Association’s continuing education training Telepsychology Best Practices.
Initiating treatment is the first step to addressing the difficulties you are experiencing. In this challenging time, it is even more important to take care of yourself, including seeking treatment. Please note that in-person treatment services will resume as soon as it is recommended. Please contact me if you have any questions.
Now Accepting New Patients!!
(Fee-For Service only, sorry not currently accepting insurance)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
California License PSY28925
Illinois License 071.009030
In his several years of practicing, Dr. Alex L. Andrade Jr. has helped individuals manage a range of psychological and psychosocial issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, life changes, health-related issues, relationship issues, and substance use disorders. As a licensed clinical psychologist in both California and Illinois, he provides treatment to adults seeking therapy services for the first time as well as individuals who have previously received treatment. Furthermore, Dr. Andrade provides therapy that is brief and short-term as well as more long-term and ongoing, depending on what the individual is experiencing and the type of treatment one needs.
In addition to providing individual psychological treatment, Dr. Andrade provides behavioral health treatment as part of a interdisciplinary treatment team working directly with medical providers. He is also a board member with the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association. Dr. Andrade has conducted continuing education training for clinicians on topics including multidisciplinary treatment of type 2 diabetes and primary care behavioral health services. He has taught an undergraduate abnormal psychology class at Sacramento State University. Dr. Andrade also taught an undergraduate course about racism and discrimination at Roosevelt University, much of which was derived from his dissertation and published articles related to racial microaggressions. He has also served as a guest speaker at locals schools, both high school and university, with the goal of informing students about psychology and advising them about how to pursue a career related to psychology.