Possessing extensive experience in treating patients with mental illnesses, Dr. Andrew Kessler functions as a Staff Psychiatrist for the Oregon Department of Human Services. Among his duties, Dr. Andrew Kessler sees patients with behavioral problems resulting from brain injuries or, in some cases, genetic disorders. A deep believer in the need to provide quality health care to underprivileged members of society, he strives to maintain the highest levels of integrity in the evaluation and treatment of his patients. Dr. Andrew Kessler formerly served with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services at the Wisconsin Resource Center in Winnebago, Wisconsin. While there, he conducted clinical work with children and adults from low-income households. Dr. Andrew Kessler also supervised a number of federal and state programs. Dr. Andrew Kessler holds membership with the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Andrew Kessler is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. In addition, Dr. Andrew Kessler supports the work of the Innocence Project, which seeks to help individuals wrongly convicted of crimes by providing DNA evidence in support of their case. On the community level, Dr. Andrew Kessler previously served as a volunteer child psychiatrist at a free clinic in Janesville, Wisconsin. He also lectures to local outlets of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD). In addition, Dr. Andrew Kessler enjoys coaching youth soccer. Dr. Andrew Kessler supports Physicians for a National Health Program, a nonprofit dedicated to educating the medical community of the need for health care reform. Numerous charities receive donations from him, including the World Wildlife Fund, the Children’s Defense Fund, the Environmental Defense Fund, and National Public Radio. For reading enjoyment, Dr. Andrew Kessler enjoys books by John Steinbeck and Albert Camus.