Dr. Andrews at Briefing

5 Things Congress Can Do To Protect the Rights of Parents with Disabilities

By Erin Andrews, PsyD, ABPP (APA Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology) My interest in parenting and disability goes beyond the professional. I am a rehabilitation psychologist, but I am also a disabled parent myself. In an earlier post, I described the experiences that parents like myself go through. Today, I intend to outline the […]

Dr. Andrews and her son

What Mother’s Day Means to Me As a Parent with A Disability

By Erin Andrews, PsyD, ABPP (APA Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology) What does Mother’s Day mean to you? For me, it means enjoying the company of my beautiful son, Gavin, and loving and supportive fiancé, Todd. It also means having my rights as a mother protected. I am a rehabilitation psychologist and I care […]