Andrew Pang (he/him)


I love working alongside people on their journey towards a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

I work with a broad range of issues; however, I have particular interest in working with people around:

  • Self-esteem
  • Sexual identity (LGBTQIA+ friendly)
  • Cultural identity
  • Relationships and intimacy (monogamous and polyamorous/non-monogamous)
  • Men’s work


How do I work?

One of the biggest predictors of change in therapy is whether the therapist and the client are a good match for one another. Generally I prefer to do a brief free phone call conversation to see how well we align and if we can work collaboratively towards your goals. If we are both feeling positive about how we fit together then we can go from there.

In our first session we can explore what you want to get out of therapy, assess what are the areas of stuckness, and what strengths/resources you already have. From here I would draw on a variety of different therapeutic approaches that would be best suited for your goals. I like to work collaboratively and, depending on what we are working on, it is likely that there will be “homework” for you between sessions.

You’re welcome to reach out to me for a free, no-obligation chat to see if we are a good fit.


Background and Experience

I completed a Bachelors degree in Psychology in 2010 from Victoria University of Wellington and Bachelors degree in Counselling in 2014 from the Wellington Institute of Technology. I have been a practicing counsellor since then working with young adults and adults in a variety of settings over the years, including community organisations, prison, high school, and university.


About Me

I identify as a Chinese New Zealander (second generation), hetero-demisexual, ethical non-monogamist, cisgendered male, and go by he/him pronouns. I grew up on the Kapiti Coast and have been living in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington) for many years now.

In my spare time I enjoy boardgames, fantasy and science fiction books, psychology and personal development audiobooks and podcasts, and organising events.


Q Registrations and Memberships

I am a Registered Full Member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC)

Q Appointments

I am available for appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday between 9:30am and 4pm.

Q Fees

- My standard hourly fee is $170 (including GST), preferably paid by internet transfer following each session.
- If price is barrier please get in touch. I may have some room for flexibility with the rates in my case load.