Dr. Andrew Stenhouse, LPCC
Dr. Andrew Stenhouse has been an ordained minister for nearly 30 years, and has extensive experience coaching clergy and others who struggle to navigate the dynamics of vocation, work-life balance, relational conflict, anxiety and/or depression. Dr. Stenhouse provides psychotherapeutic interventions to help clients manage cognitive, mental, and emotional issues, empowering them to negotiate the difficult transitions of life, including the workplace.
Dr. Stenhouse teaches graduate courses at Vanguard University including Career Development, Psychopathology, Professional Skills and Practice, Behavior and Psychology in Organizations, and Psychology of Leadership and Motivation. Occasionally, He also teaches graduate psychology courses for Pepperdine University and Concordia University.
Dr. Stenhouse received his Doctor of Education in Institutional Management from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and his Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University. He's also earned a Master of Arts in Leadership Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Cross Cultural Studies.
Dr. Andrew Stenhouse