A doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology, Andy begins his second year as the Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Coordinator with the Optimal Performance and Support (OPS) team for Auburn University Sports Medicine. His work focuses primarily on educating and addressing alcohol and drug-related issues to Auburn student-athletes so they may develop safer and healthier choices. He conducts numerous, effective prevention strategies and seminars annually not only to AU athletes, but to the AU athletic staff as well.
The Flushing, NY native received his Bachelors' Degree in Psychology from SUNY Binghamton in 2006. He also holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Ball State in 2008 as well as Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University in 2010.
Prior to his current position with Auburn, Tseng completed an internship as a Student Psychologist with the VA Northern Indiana Health Care System from 2007-2008. Additional to his duties as Health Behavior Assessment Coordinator (HBAC) at Auburn University Andy also serves as a Graduate Clinician with the Auburn University Psychological Services Center.
Tseng's professional affiliations include the American Psychological Association.
Andy currently resides in Auburn.