Andrew A. Michel, M.D.Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
M.D., Medicine , Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TennesseeB.A., Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Va Medical Center
Dr. Andrew Michel joined the Vanderbilt faculty as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in 2009. His style of practice is relational in nature, including the use of insight-oriented therapy in caring for those suffering with psychiatric illness. His current clinical work is with veterans at the VA Medical Center where he works in the outpatient mental health clinic. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Michel serves as a supervisor to psychiatric residents in training at the VA outpatient clinic and also as a case based facilitator in Vanderbilt's Curriculum 2.0 in the Foundations of Medical Knowledge year. Dr. Michel's scholarship has focused on engaging clinical medicine (especially psychiatry) from a virtue ethics perspective.
The interface of philosophy (ethics), theology (religion, spirituality), and the discipline of Psychiatry.
Clinical Research Keywords
Mood and Anxiety Disorders