Rachel Baylis

Rachel Baylis

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East Molesey

07905356114 / 07905 356114

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East Molesey

07905356114 / 07905 356114

About me

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the stresses of life? It can be a great relief to share your feelings with someone who is trained to listen, and help you find your way through.

I work with clients suffering from a variety of symptoms including relationship issues, anxiety, family issues, depression, panic disorder, phobias and other general life stresses such as bereavement, and low self-worth. I also works with people suffering from disordered eating, in particular with compulsive over eating (bingeing) and binge eating disorder (BED).

If you would like to talk to me first to help you decide about whether or not to have sessions, you are welcome to have a free half hour either in person (if there is an appointment available) on the phone or via Skype.

Having been a teacher, and since then working for youth counselling projects, I now work with people of all ages. So if you feel your child would benefit from talking to me, I am experienced in enabling children to 'open up' when they feel ready, using for example play therapy and creative exercises.

I offer counselling in a safe and confidential setting - this is your chance to work through your thoughts and feelings with a qualified and experienced professional counsellor, without being judged or criticised. Counselling is a process that involves talking about issues or problems that are causing you distress. It involves spending time exploring specific difficulties, such as low-mood or anxiety, to understand why you are feeling like this and what might help make things more positive in your future. It is a supportive process designed to help you to be in control, and gain confidence in your ability to have a brighter life.

My main mode of counselling is based on Gestalt therapy, incorporating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. These methods work well alongside each other, as the ’here and now’ nature of Gestalt therapy allows us to explore deeply our ’story’ and needs; the Cognitive behavioural element enables you to actively continue your therapeutic process in between sessions.

Disordered Eating: My work with disordered eating is based on The National Centre for Eating Disorder’s research and training: my specialism is working with people suffering from compulsive overeating, and bingeing.

Support is offered to clients with various issues, including:

  • generalised anxiety disorder
  • depression
  • self esteem building
  • relationship issues
  • anxiety
  • grief
  • children's counselling
  • disordered eating
  • life coaching

Comments from previous clients:

"Rachel made me feel immediately comfortable and able to offload without being judged. It was such a relief and helped me to be more able to stand up for myself at work".

"This was my first time with counselling and I am so pleased I did it. I can now see what I need to do with my future - thank you Rachel!"

"You're a great listener - loved the creative stuff too, when I needed it. Thanks for everything".

Training, qualifications & experience

DipHE Counselling (Gestalt)
Master Practitioner Eating Disorders, NCFED
CBT Cert
PGCE (Primary education)
BA (hons)
b-eat, eating disorders charity, professional member

Experience: I have worked for various organisations in Hampshire and London, including youth counselling, couples counselling, Women's Aid, and general counselling for all ages and issues. I have been working in private practice for 6 years.

Having been a school teacher and course facilitator in the past, I now facilitate groups such as mindfulness workshops, and Sidestep workshops where we practice mindfulness/meditation, relaxation techniques and how to access your creative mind.

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Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

I offer group work in areas such as mindfulness/meditation, anxiety, depression, compulsive over eating, public contact, self-esteem, sex education, and assertiveness.

LIFE COACHING: Life coaching is a personal journey through which you can help to find new purpose and direction in every aspect of your life. I offer help and guidance in person or over the phone or computer, as you prefer. I will assist you with setting specific targets in your life, overcoming life's roadblocks, and making positive progress as you deal with problems in your life. Fees for life coaching are the same as for counselling - please see above, or visit my website.

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  • Ealing


individual sessions - £60 for 50 minutes
Skype sessions     - £35 for 50 minutes

Discounts available; please see website for details: rachelbaylisuk.wixsite.com/mysite-2

If you would like to talk to me first to help you decide about whether or not to have sessions, you are welcome to have a free half hour either in person (if there is an appointment available) on the phone or via Skype.
* extra concessions for students, those on income support and for counsellors in training.

I also provide telephone, Skype and email sessions if preferred.
Group work: I am happy to discuss group work to meet your organisation's training needs, including schools, colleges and businesses. In particular, I work with public contact awareness, self esteem, relaxation/mindfulness, and team building exercises.

Next course: Relaxation and Mindfulness sessions (please see below)

Further information


Maps & Directions

Ealing, W5
East Molesey, KT8

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Available in Ealing:Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8am to 10pm and in East Molesey (near Hampton Court station) on Mondays and Thursdays from 4.30 - 8.30pm (weekends by arrangement.)

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
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