Andres Hoyos has over two decades of clinical and administrative experience in mental health. He focuses on program development and supervision through a social justice lens, and his areas of interest include substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, immigration, political asylum, trauma, and work with LGBTQ+ individuals and communities. Mr. Hoyos lectures nationally and internationally on trauma, mental health, and public policy. He also maintains a private practice in New York City, where he treats individuals, couples, and groups. His experience in New York City includes training, community organizing, advocacy, and program development. At the Columbia School of Social Work, Mr. Hoyos teaches Adult Psychopathology and Pathways to Wellness.