Andrew Lewis is a Health Professions Council of South Africa registered Educational Psychologist (PS0089257) with rooms in Stellenbosch and Somerset West. 

With a post-graduate qualification in Sport Psychology, he works with individual athletes who compete at all levels―national and international and those who compete for pleasure. Andrew also collaborates with institutions and schools, amongst others, the Stellenbosch University’s Centre for Human Performance Sciences (CHPS). 

As an Educational Psychologist, his field of expertise lies within child and adolescent scholastic, emotional and behavioural challenges. Experience in psychometric assessments (career-, school readiness-, subject choice- and school performance assessments); psychotherapy, trauma counselling and stress management are a few fields of specialty.

Andrew publishes Sport Psychology- and Educational Psychology-related articles in peer-reviewed academic journals and presents scientific papers at international and national conferences. He also has an extensive sporting background and understands the demands and pressures of competitive sport―himself competing in the Ironman triathlon. 

Previously Andrew was a senior-lecturer at Stellenbosch University and the University of South Africa for 19 years where he trained Educational Psychologists and teachers; lectured students and conducted research. He also taught at two primary schools for 5 years.

He has received training in and practises through the medium of play therapy, relations theory and Ericksonian hypnosis.

Academic Qualifications

He has the following academic qualifications:

  • BA - Stellenbosch
  • BEd (Hons) - Stellenbosch
  • MEd - Stellenbosch
  • MEd (school guidance and counselling cum laude) - Unisa
  • DEd - Stellenbosch
  • Teaching Diploma – Wellington
  • Certificate in Sport Psychology cum laude  - Unisa