The Psychologist should have the appropriate experience working with toddlers, children and adolescent. Andrew has worked in many different settings before he started his own private practice. This experience includes working in Community Health, Child Care Centres and Schools, Universities and other Private Psychology Practices.
It is imperative that the Psychologist is able to establish a rapport with your child and get the most out of your child with an assessment, regardless of whether your child is tired, hungry, anxious, has separation anxiety, has attention difficulties, has social difficulties or is just a bit shy. Andrew has two young children of his own as well as many nieces and nephews, so he is used to (and loves) interacting with young children.
Further information regarding Child and/or Educational and Developmental Psychologists can be found on the APS website. See Educational & Developmental Psychologists