Andrew da Roza is a qualified addictions psychotherapist. He holds a Masters degree in counselling from Monash University in Australia, and a Master of Science degree in addictions from: King’s College, London University; the Virginia Commonwealth University, USA; and the University of Adelaide, Australia. He is certified by the Asia Pacific Certification Board as a Substance Abuse Therapist; and also certified by the Association of Practitioners Specialising in Addictions Counselling as a Substance Abuse Counsellor. He is an International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist candidate. Andrew is a Master Solution-Focused Practitioner; and a Singapore Health Promotion Board, Quit Smoking Consultant. Andrew is a member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and the Singapore Association for Counselling; and he is also a member of the ACA College of Alcohol and other Drugs. Andrew practices motivational interviewing, solution-focused brief therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy, to assist clients to identify their values, goals and strengths, and to effect positive changes in their lives. He also practices mindfulness-based cognitive therapy to help clients build skills for: distress tolerance; emotion regulation; and interpersonal effectiveness. Well connected to the recovery group community, Andrew understands the power of the 12 Steps and providing meaningful service to the both recovery fellowship and the wider community. Andrew practiced as a lawyer for over 25 years and has a BA in law from Kent University and a Masters in law from King’s College, London. He was in private practice with Linkers and with Hogan Lovells international law firms; and he was General Counsel of FedEx’s Asia Pacific Division and with International SOS during that time. He also has an Executive MBA, jointly from Kellogg, Northwestern University and HKUST.