Andrew Teton

Andrew Teton


  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Antioch University


  • L.M.F.T., CA

Andrew earned his master’s in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. Santa Barbara and completed a 2-year program in Hakomi Integrative Body Therapy Training. Andrew is a staff therapist at CALM, a Santa Barbara agency specializing in helping individuals and families resolve issues related to domestic violence and child abuse. Andrew has taught Marriage and Family I, II and Clinical Practice at Pacifica, and has taught Theories of Psychotherapy, Professional Ethics and the Law, Clinical Skills, and Group Psychotherapy at Antioch University. Andrew also leads workshops for Gerry Grossman Seminars and has trained more than 200 MFT interns who passed their California licensing exams. Andrew is a participant in neuropsychiatrist Dr. Daniel Siegel’s Interpersonal Neurobiology “MindSight” study group. Andrew has been a Board Member of the local chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and has published a series of featured editorials and book reviews related to mental health issues. In 2003, he was given a Special Recognition for Leadership Award from CAMFT. Andrew also has the distinction of having Robin Williams create a comedy character based on him (“Andrew, The World’s Most Intellectual Kindergarten Student.”) He is a Clinical Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.