RUSSELL BAILEY UKCP Reg. Experienced Psychotherapist and Counsellor

RUSSELL BAILEY UKCP Reg. Experienced Psychotherapist and Counsellor

Fulford
York
North Yorkshire
YO10

The Orchard
Town Street
Horsforth
Leeds
West Yorkshire
LS18 5BL

01904 622200 / 07950 000335

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Fulford
York
North Yorkshire
YO10

The Orchard
Town Street
Horsforth
Leeds
West Yorkshire
LS18 5BL

01904 622200 / 07950 000335

About me

Established in 1998 I have worked with people to deal with anxiety, relationship issues, stress, depression and to deal with many other unwanted psychological symptoms. Please contact me to discuss how I might help you.

As a Senior Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist, I have established practices based in both York and Leeds - both are accessible with good transport links to both Fulford in York and Horsforth in Leeds. I hold a positive regard for people and whatever challenges they seek support for.

With a good degree of understanding, support and challenge, many people are able to make choices in their lives that will give them more of what they want, and less of what they don't want. I hold the quality of the relationship between myself and my clients as central to the work we do. Being Integrative means that I adapt my style to suit the unique needs of every client and the challenges that they seek support with.

I am also registered with BUPA.

Training, qualifications & experience

I am a U.K.C.P. Registered Psychotherapist.

I trained at the Northern Guild for Psychotherapy and hold both a Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and a Masters Degree in Integrative Psychotherapy (College of Medicine, University of Wales)

I have also had formal training in:

  • Clinical supervision
  • Couples work
  • Group work and Group Analysis (Groupwork Practitioner registered with the Institute for Group Analysis)


I am committed to regular ongoing professional development.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

UKCP

Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

all issues where the individual concerned is able to maintain a reasonable degree of daily functioning - if in doubt, please contact me for clarification

Fees

Reviewed annually - for 2015 they are:

Individual Work : £50 per meeting

Couples Work : £65 per meeting, normally fortnightly

Group Therapy Membership Fee : £25 per scheduled meeting

Further information

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the work last?

The work can either be time-limited with an agreed number of sessions, or open-ended. This will be discussed and agreed during the assessment phase of the work. In either case, the overall goal(s) of therapy are clarified, so that both I and you will know when it is time to start thinking about and agreeing to make an ending.

What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

Both trainings share considerable common ground, but psychotherapy requires a longer, more in-depth training and personal therapy. Course assessments and clinical supervision are common to both. In essence, counselling offers support where the issue has been triggered by a one-off life event, whereas psychotherapy offers support for both this, and also where the issue has been present and endured over a longer period of time.

Both are similar in that they are therapies centred upon the creation of a safe, confidential relationship, and the opportunity to explore, understand and develop the choices you make in how you view yourself and relate to those around you.

What is Transactional Analysis (T.A.)?

T.A. is a model of human development, communication and relating. T.A. was developed by Eric Berne, who wanted to share often complex observations and theories to clients, in order to develop their understanding, and therefore facilitate their own autonomy and choices more readily.

What does Integrative Psychotherapy mean?

An Integrative approach to psychotherapy means that whilst the therapist may have one core model that they have trained in, they are aware of, use and integrate into their work approaches from other schools of psychotherapy such as psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, cognitive-behavioural, person-centred etc. Each intervention is considered in terms of what is most helpful at the time.

What does Humanistic mean?

Humanistic in this context means the acceptance of people as they innately are. In effect, we may from time to time say or do things that are not okay with others, but that at all times we are fundamentally okay i.e. separating out our actions from who we are.

Maps & Directions

York, YO10
Leeds, LS18 5BL

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None

Availability

Monday pm, Tuesday pm, Thurs all day, Friday all day

Types of client

Adults
Older adults
Couples
Groups
Organisations
Employee Assistance Programme
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