As Thinkshift’s principal practitioner, Andrew operates from Frankston where he provides high quality, confidential and compassionate assistance to individuals who are ready to change and ready to shift their thinking.
Andrew offers a holistic approach and range of therapies to facilitate growth and help achieve the changes his clients are seeking. He firmly believes that clients have the power to shift their thinking. He uses a blend of Psychotherapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy and Counselling techniques in addition to Brainspotting (BSP), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Ego State Therapy, Havening, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy (TLT), Resource Therapy (RT) and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) in his practice. For more details of Andrew’s qualifications please click on this link.
Andrew’s diverse range of life experience, positive attitude and capacity to embrace others with respect and empathy allows him to assist many clients to achieve their goals in a confidential, practical way.
Andrew is a registered and accredited Supervisor for Counsellors with the Australian Counselling Association and also an accredited Supervisor for Clinical Hypnotherapists with the Australian Hypnotherapist’ Association (AHA), the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists (ASCH) and the Australian Association of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy (AACHP).
Andrew meets the strict and stringent requirements required of professional association membership, such as State and Federal authority clearances. Click here to find out more about association and authority requirements.
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Andrew’s areas of specialty include but are not limited to: anxiety, panic attacks, addictions, men’s sexual performance, trauma and life transitions.
Andrew is a firm believer in “constant and never ending improvement” and that therapists must be ever expanding their own horizons in order to meet the ongoing needs of their clients.