Dr Stuart Gore
Dr Stuart Gore is a highly experienced Counselling Psychologist currently working with adults. He has completed additional training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR).
Stuart is a Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered Counselling Psychologist. He has over 20 years’ experience as a clinician working in the NHS and private sector. Stuart currently works as an academic at the University of Leeds delivering teaching and research in counselling and psychotherapy.
Stuart provides assessment, formulations, treatment interventions and supervision across a broad spectrum of areas including Addictions, Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Relationship Problems. He offers a tailored approach to therapy including experience in a variety of modalities.
Stuart delivers private psychological therapy to adults and offers supervision to independent practitioners, trainees and NHS staff.
As an experienced therapist, Stuart is confident covering a range of areas, including Abuse, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attachment, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Trauma.
Stuart is described by his peers as a dedicated and highly skilled practitioner.
Training, qualifications & experience
- DHSC Health and Social Care – The University of Leeds, 2017
- MA Psychological Therapies – Leeds Metropolitan University, 2010
- BSc (Hons) Psychology & Information Systems – The University of Lincoln, 1999
- Dip Counselling – Manchester College, 2007
- Cert. Counselling – The University of Leeds, 2004
Registered / Accredited
Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.
Health and Care Professions Council
The HCPC are an independent, UK-wide health regulator. They set standards of professional training, performance and conduct for 16 professions.
They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.
Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Stuart has availability on Fridays