Hayley Taylor (MBACP) working with Adults & Young people

Hayley Taylor (MBACP) working with Adults & Young people



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About me

Hi, my name is Hayley

Thank you for taking the time to look at my page.

I am a Person-Centred Counsellor, offering 1-1 Therapeutic sessions within your own home or workplace.

My aim is to meet the needs of the client, and I also offer walk and talk therapy sessions to adult clients, if appropriate for your therapy needs. This option can be useful when working with certain phobias.

I am also able to offer 1-1 Skype Counselling or 1-1 Telephone Counselling, maintaining client confidentiality at all times

I offer a safe, Non-Judgmental, Trustworthy, Confidential approach.

I work with Clients suffering from Anxiety, Depression, feeling Sad, Bereavement, Relationship and Family Issues.

I offer a Tailor-made therapy approach to each client, drawing from various types of therapy tools and techniques that best suit the needs of the client.

I see children, young people and adults on a one to basis.

You may be feeling stuck and unable to move forward with a particular difficulty, such as overwhelming feelings of anxiety or low mood. You may not know what you want but simply feel you need to talk things through with someone.

Whatever the circumstances I can provide a confidential, caring and productive counselling relationship in which you will feel emotionally supported while you explore whatever issues you want to bring to our sessions

I am fully insured and a registered member of the BACP (British Association Of Counselling and Psychotherapy)

I also have 20 years of experience working within the NHS and 7 years of ongoing experience working with clients that suffer from poor Mental Health.

I have gained many skill working with Young people and adults suffering from anxiety depression, Self Harm, Suicidal thoughts and feelings and I am able to offer tools that help toward the wellbeing of the client

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma in Person Centred Counselling.

Degree in Health & Social Care.

Smoking Cessation Advisor.

level 3 Safeguarding Children young People & Adults.

self Harm.

Incredible Years Parenting Programme.

HIV AwarenessLGBT Awareness.

Addiction Awareness.

Dementia Awareness.

(ASIST) Applied Suicide Intervention Training.

Mental Health First Aid.

First Aider.

Enhanced DBS for working with Children

Member organisations


Areas of counselling I deal with

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        Monday - Thursday (5pm-9pm)

        Saturday- Sunday   (9am-12pm)

        Initial telephone consultation; Free

        This usually takes about 30 minutes and is where you can ask any questions regarding our potential sessions together.

        Individual sessions: face to face; £35 per 50 minute session £45 per hour Fast Track appointments

        Couples Counselling: face to face; £55 per 50 minute session

        You are not tied into any set amount of sessions, you can have as many or as few as you need/want. Usually you attend once a week.

        All fees are paid by bank transfer, cash or card payment at the beginning of the session. Special Offer for individual counselling;

        If 4 sessions are booked and paid for upfront this is reduced to £30 per session. Students and limited income are at a reduced rate, please contact for information Counsellors in training personal therapy; £25.00

        Telephone Counselling; £30 per 50 minute session

        Further information

        If you ring and I don't reply please leave a message, and I aim to respond to all contacts within 24 hours of receipt. I have up to date professional indemnity insurance, a clear Enhanced DBS and I am GDPR compliant

        FAQ's What is Counselling? Counselling is a talking therapy offered on a confidential, one to one basis, within the boundary of a contract, agreed by client and counsellor, with no judgement. What is a counselling contract? Our counselling contract will set out the boundaries of how we will work, covering things such as; • Confidentiality, • How I store your information, so I am GDPR compliant • The length and frequency of our sessions, • The price of our sessions, • How to cancel and what happens if you cancel, • Complaints We talk through this contract together and you are able to add things to it if you so wish.

        What is the BACP? The BACP stands for the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. The BACP is a professional association for counsellors and psychotherapists. They work to ensure clients are protected and can receive safe, ethical counselling from appropriately qualified counsellors. www.bacp.co.uk

        How do I know you work safely? As a registered counsellor I adhere to their ethical framework for good practice and their professional conduct procedure. This code of ethics has been put in place to ensure I am working safely, it can be viewed on the BACP website at www.bacp.co.uk/ethical_framework

        How much do you charge? I provide a free 30 minute consultation then it is £35 per session

        How long is a session? 50 minutes to an hour

        What happens in the initial telephone conversation? We have a talk about what brought you to counselling and what you want. I will explain how I work and what I can offer. We will discuss if you want to work with me, confidentiality, dates and times for our sessions, how your information is stored and any concerns/questions you may have.

        Where will we meet? I offer Counselling within your own home or workplace, walk & Talk Counselling. I can also offer online therapy - SKYPE

        Do you tell my GP what we talk about? The content of our sessions is confidential. There are some exceptions to this, such as if your or someone else's life is at serious risk, there is criminal activity or a safeguarding risk. I will discuss these exceptions further at our initial meeting and you can ask any questions about it at any point. Any other information will not be passed on without your consent. All your personal information is stored securely according to GDPR (2018) regulations).

        What happens if I need to cancel or miss an appointment? If you are unable to attend a session please try to give at least 48 hours’ notice, I will endeavour to do the same. I reserve the right to charge 50% of the session fee for late cancellations within 48 hours notice. If you don’t attend a session and have not contacted me I will charge the full fee.

        What if I have Support from another service? I can still work with you if you are receiving support from another service and we would need to discuss your needs at the initial consultation. If you are receiving care from the mental health team I may need permission from you to communicate with them (though I will not be discussing the exact content of our sessions).

        What do I do if I have a complaint? If you are not happy with the service you have received you may wish to make a complaint, but hopefully we could discuss this in the first instance. Formal complaints can be submitted to the BACP.(www.BACP.co.uk). The British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) has more information and information sheets on things such as how to get the best from your therapist and what to therapists mean by professional boundaries

        If you have any more questions or wish to discuss your needs please feel free to contact me for an informal chat.

        Maps & Directions

        Poulton, FY6

        Type of session

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

        Practical details

        Sign language: Unspecified
        Other languages: None


        Accessibility information
        Wheelchair access: Yes


        Monday - Friday     17.00 - 21.00

        Saturday -Sunday   09.00 - 12.00

        Types of client

        Young people
        Older adults
        Employee Assistance Programme