Andrew believes that people grow when they are in a state of rest. He strives to create a safe, warm, and sacred space so clients can be heard, understood, and validated in their story. He offers a collaborative approach with his clients to find strengths and resources to encounter healing and personal growth, while allowing the client to feel like they have a voice. Andrew firmly believes that no one should feel alone in their struggles, he desires to journey along with them to help them make sense of their painful experiences and steps towards hope.
Andrew completed a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy at ACTS Seminaries, trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. Theories that inform his work are Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Trauma-Informed Approach, and Mindfulness Based Interventions. Andrew enjoys working with those with anxiety, depression, neurodiverse clients, life transitions, injuries, and those who have been impacted by trauma.
During his off time, Andrew enjoys being active playing ice hockey, hiking, biking, and cooking.