Beverley Andre, LMFT

Your Favorite Marriage & Family THerapist

Beverley Andre, LMFT

Your Favorite Marriage & Family Therapist

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About beverley

Beverley Andre, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), relationship coach, and founder of BeHeart Counseling Services. She has a master’s degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Valdosta State University, and her expertise has been featured on Netflix, BET, NBC, The Lily Washington Post, HuffPost, Women’s Health, BET, Cosmopolitan to name a few.

Known as “Your Favorite MFT,” Beverley is a leading expert in relationships for Black and Brown couples, encouraging collaboration on relationships, reinforcing intentionality when building romance, and influencing couples to navigate conflict resolution. She teaches Black and Brown women and couples how to dismantle and unpack narratives that no longer serve them, and she provides support and meaningful resources while debunking myths and societies’ ideas surrounding mental health services. As a champion of Black and Brown women, she also works with them to redefine having it all and creating the life they desire. From navigating boundaries to addressing relationship concerns, Beverley has a wealth of knowledge to share.

When she is not supporting relationships, she is at home redefining having it all with her husbae and fur baby, Sherlock.

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Dr. Joy Harden Bradford
Dr. Joy Harden BradfordFounder of Therapy for Black Girls
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"I had the pleasure of interviewing Beverley as a guest on the Therapy for Black Girls podcast and she was great to work with. Her energy, dynamic personality, and wealth of knowledge was so well-received by our audience that we were excited when the opportunity arose to invite her back for a second conversation. She does a great job of breaking down complex topics in a way that is engaging and relatable."
Kara B.
Kara B.Executive Director High Risk Documentary
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Beverley Andre is an amazing resource for conversations centering relationship dynamics, communication, mental health and more. Working with her on the film, HIGH RISK she was not only well-informed on the topic of how traumatic birthing experiences can affect the Black family dynamic but also very knowledgeable about topics that spun off of that, concerning societal pressures on Black women, the strong Black woman stigma etc. Beverley is both eloquent and relatable, combining the expert touch of a therapist with the amenable delivery of a close friend. I look forward to hearing her voice on more platforms as she is one of the standout voices in the LMFT landscape.
Luz R.
Luz R. University of South Florida (USF) Latino Alumni Society
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USF Latino Alumni Society along with the USF Black Alumni Society hosted The Power of W.E.: Women Empowerment Virtual conference in 2020. The event was meant to facilitate a panel with the best women in their respective field to help shine light and provide tips on how to face the uncertainties of life while trying to hone each of our identities. Mrs. Andre’s facilitation of the topic “The Struggle: Career vs. Love Life” was brilliant. She was engaging, impacting and thoughtful--individuals were utilizing the chat to share their “aha!” moments and ask questions. She was genuine in her responses and interactions. A complete professional and one that I greatly admire. Our event was a true success because of her participation.
Zuri Hall
Zuri Hall Zuri Hall is an Emmy award-winning TV host (Access Hollywood, American Ninja Warrior) and is the executive producer & host of the Hot Happy Mess podcast.
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Beverley was an amazing guest expert for our Love + Relationship series on the Hot Happy Mess podcast, her insight into dating + marriage was a breath of fresh air -- as she shared realistic and tangible tips that can truly assist our millennial listeners. I truly enjoyed having Beverley on the podcast and can't wait to invite her back next season!
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