Andrew Nichols is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist in Utah and New York. He started his private practice in Park City during the fall of 2014. Since going into private practice Andrew has worked with a large number of local families whose children are experiencing learning difficulties, including a wide range of dyslexia cases, and he is an enthusiastic advocate for all children with learning differences. He has been involved with children and teenagers, in a variety of academic settings, for over 20 years. Andrew completed his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Louisville where he emphasized forensic, ADHD, Learning Disability, and personality assessments. After finishing his doctoral work, Andrew migrated to New York City where he completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Neuropsychology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Excluding time spent completing doctoral work and specialized training in Louisville and New York City, Andrew has resided in the Park City area since 1992. He remains an active rock-climber, ultra-runner, and backcountry skier when not enjoying time with his wife and three children.