The Australian Psychological Society (APS) is the peak body for psychologists in Australia and represent over 24,000 members. As a full member since 1997, Andrew values what the APS can do for the profession of psychology, for psychologists and the wider public.
From March 2015 to February 2019, Andrew was the Victorian Representative for the Division of General Psychological Practice (DGPP), the area that the majority of APS psychologists belong to. He was one of three recipients for the APS DGPP Significant Contribution Award 2019 (see below for the profile printed in the APS InPsych June/July 2020 issue).
In June 2020, Andrew relaunched the APS Psychology of Diverse Bodies, Genders and Sexualities Interest Group after 4 years of dormancy as Group Convenor.
In October 2020, Andrew joined the APS Board of Directors as a General Director after the Board elections. He will serve until October 2023.
Information about the current APS Board of Directions can be found here.