He has completed a number of post-graduate qualifications to develop his expertise and gain accreditation as a Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. His most recent qualification is the Master of Psychology (Clinical) and he is actively working towards achieving endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.
Andrew understands that traditional approaches to psychological treatment may not be able to fully address the physiological and neurological components of mental health and is open to exploring neuromodulation techniques with his clients. These interventions have a promising history and growing body of evidence to indicate that they are beneficial in the long-term for targeting many areas, such as improving sleep, mood, attention and hyperactivity.
At neuroCare Clinic in Frenchs Forest, Andrew typically works with children aged around 10 years and above, as well as their families, in addition to adolescents and adults. He works with many presentations, including anxiety, depression, neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD, learning problems, ASD, as well as behavioural difficulties.
Andrew also offers comprehensive psychological assessments of giftedness, cognitive function, academic achievement, learning difficulties and ADHD.