Psychologist and Educator
Andrew completed a Masters’ degree in Community Psychology and is currently completing the Community Registrar Program. Andrew is also a doctoral candidate at Monash University, investigating how Buddhist techniques compare with current Western psychological interventions in their approach to dealing with suffering and negative mental states. Additionally, Andrew is a university-trained naturopath who has lectured in the southern hemisphere’s largest natural medicine college, Endeavour College.
‘I like to be warm and welcoming. I have a very open and relaxed manner that I hope will allow you to feel comfortable in describing your situation. Research shows that the therapeutic relationship (e.g. how well you get along with your psychologist) can be just as important as the work we do together. I think therapy should not be rigid and I try to emulate that. I became a fur father last year and ‘Morty’ (a Hungarian Vizsla) finalized his training as a therapy dog at the end of 2021. Morty will be in the clinic every Friday to help you feel warm and welcomed!’ – Andrew