Associate Professor Psychology and Ethnic Studies

Dr. Andrews is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Ethnic Studies at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Andrews received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Arkansas in 2014 after completing an internship at the Charleston Consortium Psychology Internship Training Program. From 2014 to 2016, he was an NIMH-funded postdoctoral fellow at the National Crime Victims Center at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Andrews directs Iniciativa HABLa and is the Co-Director for the Minority Health Disparities Initiative at UNL.

Dr. Andrews focuses on strategies for pursuing mental health equity for Latine populations, particularly immigrant and Spanish-speaking populations. He strives to enhance access to behavioral health resources and understand contributors to mental health inequities. This includes research and clinical partnerships with primary care and Latine-focused community organizations, as well as technology-based solutions.


Andrews, A. R., Acosta, L. M., Acosta Canchila, M. N., Haws, J. K., Holland, K. J., Holt, N. R.**, & Ralston, A. L.** (2022). Perceived barriers and preliminary ptsd outcomes in an open pilot trial of written exposure therapy with latinx immigrants. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice29(3), 648-665.

 Andrews, A.R., Haws, J.K., Acosta, L.M., Acosta Canchila, M.N., Carlo, G., Grant, K., & Ramos, A.K. (2020).  Combinatorial effects of discrimination, legal status fears, adverse childhood experiences, and harsh working conditions among Latino migrant farmworkers: Testing learned helplessness hypothesesJournal of Latinx Psychology. Advance online publication.

Andrews, A.R., López, C.M., Snyder, A., Saunders, B. & Kilpatrick, D.G. (2019). Polyvictimization, Related Symptoms, and Familial and Neighborhood Contexts as Longitudinal Mediators of Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Violence Exposure across AdolescenceJournal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 21, 679-692.

Arthur "Trey" Andrews III on the Psychology and Ethnic Studies website