Currently taking on new clients
Andrew is an empathetic and open-minded psychologist who is passionate about creating a safe environment for his clients to explore their concerns in therapy. He places a strong emphasis on developing rapport to ensure a trusting and collaborative relationship, and doesn’t mind sharing a laugh or two along the way. Andrew’s primary modality is Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.
Areas of Practice
- Anxiety-related difficulties:
- Social anxiety
- Generalised anxiety
- Panic attacks
- Trauma-related mental health presentations including:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Emotion regulation challenges (i.e. anger, rage, numbed mood)
- Sexual assault or abuse
- Stress and burnout
- Grief and loss
- Chronic pain
- Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
Andrew has a calm, gentle and considered approach that he utilises to ensure his clients are able to explore their current concerns whilst feeling supported and respected. Andrew utilises a trauma-informed approach in treating mental health issues. He uses a range of therapeutic modalities based on the client’s unique needs and presentation, including:
- Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Andrew has experience delivering both individual and group therapy.
- The National Psychology Board – AHPRA (Membership no. – PSY0002481036)
- The Australian Psychology Society (APS) Member
- The Australian Clinican Psychology Association (ACPA) Member
- EMDR Association of Australia (EMDRAA) full member
- Master of Professional Psychology – Deakin University
- Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced) – Deakin University
- Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies – Deakin University
- Bachelor of Commerce – Deakin University
Referrals and Funding
- In order to see Andrew, we require you have a referral from your GP, Specialist or Psychiatrist.
- Andrew is a registered Medicare Provider.
- If claiming through Private health, a referral is still required.
- Registered Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) provider.
- No other funding options available.
Tuesday (9am – 5pm)
Wednesday (9am – 5pm
How can we help?
As part of our client intake procedure, we ask all new clients to complete an online form that helps us determine whether we are the right service for your needs, and which of our psychologists might be best suited to you.
Please send us a message below and enter your details along with a brief summary of your enquiry. We endeavour to reply to all enquiries within 48 hours.
If you are experiencing any of the following or fall under this category, our service is not appropriate for you. This is due to the current teams key areas of practice:
- Under the age of 18 years old
- Psychotic disorders or symptoms
- Current substance use problems
- Eating disorder
Please note, the can be wait times to see some of our Clinician’s. We advise you to enquire at other Clinics in Geelong or consult your GP if you need immediate support.
Please note, we are not an emergency or crisis service. If you require emergency assistance please call 000 or a relevant mental health support service, such as:
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