Andrew is a trained Art Psychotherapist, UK licensed and registered, who trained at Goldsmiths College University of London UK in 2002. Andrew is based in Dorset and Hampshire and provides art therapy services to children, adolescents and adults. He has worked with multicultural populations in the UK, Singapore and the UAE. He is a member of the British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) and is licensed by the Health Care Professions Council, UK (HCPC).
Andrew has worked with children and adults in the fields of Education, Mental Health, and Disabilities. His expertise ranges from child trauma and attachment difficulties, learning difficulties and autism, adolescent issues, anxiety, depression, family difficulties/divorce, bereavement, relationship therapy, stress and anger management.
Andrew conducts art psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. He conducts programmes in schools and care services, clinical supervision and provides corporate wellbeing programmes for organisations.
As a registered art psychotherapist, Andrew’s clinical skills are informed by Psychodynamic psychotherapy, neuroscience, attachment theory, and solution-focused approaches. As well as Cognitive-Therapy, somatic and mindful approaches, Andrew is a strong advocate for the role of the arts in maintaining health and helping people make a positive change. and as an avenue for healthy emotional regulation and mindful balance. His creative psychotherapy approaches involve Art Therapy, Play Therapy and Sand Tray Therapy Andrew has also completed a research master’s with the University of London, about Improving Emotional regulation and Communication abilities for people with ASD.