Andrew Greenfield is a Consultant Child and Educational Psychologist based in Sydney and is the Principal of Psych Support Assessment Services, a private psychology practice in the Eastern, Northern and Western suburbs of Sydney. He is a fully registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, is a Full Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a member of the APS College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists . He is also a recognised provider with most private health funds and is registered as Medicare provider.
Andrew has had over 20 years experience working with toddlers, children, adolescents and adults with a range of Educational and Developmental issues, including Learning Difficulties, Attention Deficit Disorder and other developmental and behavioural problems, using major tests of general ability, academic attainment, continuous performance tasks and neuropsychological tests.
For almost seven years, he has worked as a Senior Psychologist with the Sydney Developmental Clinic (Drs Mark Selikowitz and Rory McCarthy). He has also worked in the Department of Educational Psychology (Sydney University), The Child and Adolescent Psychological Centre, Kumon Education Study Centre and Royal South Sydney Community Health Centre. Andrew also works as a consultant to schools and other organisations across Sydney.
Andrew has appeared on Channel 9 National News, Channel 9's TODAY show, Channel 7's Sunrise program and Today Tonight, ABC's 'Can We Help' Ask the Expert Segment, SBS Insight program as an expert panelist, ABC radio and national station 2GB/4BC as well as other media sources.
Andrew is the 'Resident Psychologist' for the Australian Multiple Births Magazine (and also an identical twin himself). He is also a writer for the Practical Parenting magazine.