Andrea Mow DO


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About Me

Andrea Mow, DO earned her Medical Degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed a residency in psychiatry at Westchester Medical Center. She earned Bachelor of Science Degrees in Equestrian Studies from Rocky Mountain College and in Biology from the University of Rhode Island.

Dr. Mow came to St. Peter's in 2012 and spent five years as the Medical Director for the inpatient Behavioral Health Unit before transitioning into outpatient clinical care.

Dr. Mow has substantial training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and experiential group therapy. She prefers a holistic approach, incorporating psychodynamic theories, along with other therapies (supportive, solution-focused, and cognitive) within 15 or 30 minute medication management visits.

Dr. Mow treats all psychiatric illness, including:

  • Mood
  • Anxiety
  • Psychotic
  • Traumatic
  •  Attention deficit
  • Cognitive, somatic and personality disorders.

Dr. Mow grew up in Miles City and spent her high school years in Helena, graduating from Capital High School. She is the daughter of retired Helena Urologist Ron Mow, MD. She is passionate about animal rescue and traveling. She also enjoys spending time with loved ones, family and animals. She enjoys outdoor activities and binge-watching Sci-fi shows.

Education & Training

Medical School

New York College of Osteopathic Medicine


New York Medical College - Westchester Cty Medical Center

Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry/Neurology-Psychiatry


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