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Andrea Bing Brown is a motivated, resourceful and highly skilled counseling professional who offers extensive experience in both school and individual/family-based mental health counseling. What makes Andrea's role as a school counselor coupled with her experience as a mental health counselor unique is her ability to discern the intricacies involved in intergenerational styles of relating which form our intrapersonal styles which affects our relationships with one another.
Andrea is the Founder and CEO of 21st Century Parenting, an anti-cyberbullying business whose mission is to educate and empower parents to understand the 21st Century adolescent and the problems surrounding the increasing trend of cyberbullying.
Andrea Bing-Brown received a Master of Science Degree in Christian Counseling from Cairn University, Langhorne, PA; a Certificate in Advanced Specialization in Christian Counseling from Cairn University; a New Jersey and Pennsylvania dual certificate in School Counseling from Holy Family University, Philadelphia, PA; and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biblical Studies/Emphasis in Christian Leadership from Cairn University.
Andrea lives in New Jersey, and has four adult children and seven grandchildren. Andrea attends Bethany Baptist Church in Lindenwold, NJ where Bishop David G. Evans is the pastor.
Andrea's favorite scripture and quote are: "As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of a friend." Proverbs 27:17 "The moment you settle for less than what you deserve, is the moment you get less than what you settled for." Maureen Dowd