andrew stenhouse, ED.D, APCC

Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, No. 2107

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Client Focus: Adults; Men

Areas of Specialization: Life Transitions; Career Counseling; Mood and Personality Disorders

I have special training in the psychology of work and career life. As a graduate studies professor in organizational psychology, I provide psychotherapeutic interventions to help clients manage difficult transitions — particularly in the workplace.

My clients primarily include: (a) leaders struggling to navigate the dynamics of their vocation and its impact on the home; (b) employees searching to discover and develop meaningful careers; (c) individuals struggling to escape negative internal messages that proliferate unhealthy conflict.

I have been an ordained minister for more than 25 years and I have extensive experience coaching pastors and other leaders who struggle to navigate the dynamics of their vocations. I provide psychotherapeutic interventions to help my clients manage cognitive, mental, and emotional issues while empowering them to negotiate the difficult transitions of life.

I used to help people get better at doing their jobs. Now I help them get better at being themselves.

Phone: (949) 510-2586


Training & Experience

Andrew holds a Doctor of Education from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. His Master of Science in Clinical Psychology and his Master of Arts in Leadership Studies are both from Vanguard University.

He teaches graduate courses at Vanguard University including Behavior and Psychology in Organizations, Psychology of Leadership and Motivation, Organizational Systems, Development and Change, Team Leadership and Conflict Management, Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Soul Care of Others. He has also taught at California State University Fullerton, Concordia University, and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Andrew has extensive experience building and leading teams. His experience includes founding and directing the Organizational Psychology program at Concordia University Irvine, California’s first Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Psychology designed specifically for working professionals. He served as the Dean of Academic Affairs for the California campuses of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, the country’s oldest and largest regionally accredited graduate school dedicated exclusively to the study of psychology.

At Vanguard University he served as Managing Director of the Judkins Institute for Leadership Studies; Director of the Organizational Leadership graduate program; Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs for the School of Religion; and Dean of the School for Graduate and Professional Studies, where he was instrumental in the design and launch of the Master of Science in program in Organizational Psychology.