Helen Bailey Psychology
Mobile 0414 430 318
I create a working relationship with you where you will feel safe and understood. It is within our relationship that we will examine your everyday experiences, your beliefs and feelings about yourself and others, entrenched patterns of behaving and relating to others, the ways you protect yourself from hurt, and the influence of your childhood experiences.
Existential, Self Psychology
I practice using self psychology. Self psychology is useful for people who are looking for a welcoming, nonjudgmental and empathic approach to treatment. This approach focuses on the person's experiences to gain a deeper understanding of the person within their own emotional world and how this plays out in their relationships and life in general.
I hold a PhD in Clinical Psychology and I am registered with the Psychology Board of Australia. I am also a Member of the Australian Psychological Society and must adhere by their Code of Ethics. Furthermore, I engage in regular individual and group supervision and professional development. I previously completed my Master of Counselling and undergraduate Psychological Science degree at the University of Queensland.
I previously worked as a supervisor at an Australia wide private child and youth counselling organisation. This role involved facilitating and monitoring aspects of crisis response and case management and providing quality debriefing and supervision to therapists. I previously worked in a range of psychology settings including a Brisbane Adult Mental Health Service, Mater Private Hospital where I provided psychological support to women with Breast Cancer, a private girls' school, New Farm Clinic where I facilitated Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and University Student Services where I provided disability and counselling support to students. I also hold a Lecturing position at Australian Catholic University.
Ballow Chambers is located a short walk from Central Station and opposite a council car park. This building is just 500m from Queen Street mall. Some metered on-street parking is also available around the area.
The Australian Psychology Society recommends a fee of $240. My standard fee for a 50-minute consultation is $210.
Fees can be paid either at point of service (via EFTPOS, with on the spot Medicare or private health rebate processing) or via electronic funds transfer where you will be provided with an invoice and, once paid, a receipt of payment is provided.
Psychodynamic Psychotherapist, Clinical Psychologist
I am a clinical psychologist and I have completed my PhD in the area. I am based in Brisbane, Australia. I primarily work with people who have anxiety, depression, problems of self (self-concept, self-esteem, self-development, identity), interpersonal and relationship problems, eating disorders, personality disorders and addiction....