Andrew is a both a counselling and organisational psychologist. His training and extensive experience in both domains allows him to innovate and integrate knowledge to assist his clients to transform their lives. Andrew is particularly interested in how a person’s relationships impact on their mental health and wellbeing. This includes relationships with partners, family, friends, work colleagues, the wider society and our relationship with ourselves. As a counselling psychologist Andrew has worked for Relationships Australia as a couple and family therapist and at BHP Steel with their EAP program. In his private practice he has provided counselling for workplace issues, trauma caused by accident’s and personal/relationship problems of a work or personal nature. Andrew currently runs inpatient group therapy sessions at Northside Group Clinic St Leonards, Cremorne and Wentworthville. His specialist areas include: Mood Disorders (adult and youth), PTSD, Drug & Alcohol and Eating Disorders. Andrew, is also an experienced organisational psychologist, with an ability to assist senior executives and their teams with leadership team effectiveness, executive coaching, culture change and conflict resolution. Andrew has experience with clients across Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific. For the last 3 years Andrew has been the lead volunteer facilitator for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre’s innovative homeless project, training outreach workers.
BA Psych (Hons),MBA
relational counselling, dialectical behavioural therapy (dbt), acceptance and commitment therapy (act), cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt)