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Yulia Yakovtseva

Founder of Psychology Bali

I am Doctor Yulia Yakovtseva, a Psychologist with a doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Founder of Psychology Bali.

 

At Psychology Bali I provide a dedicated Psychology and Counselling Service.

I offer assessment and evidence-based psychological treatment for individuals, couples and families.

My main therapeutic approaches are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Systemic Therapy and Family System Therapy, Psychosynthesis, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I also use Gestalt, Compassion Focused Therapy, Couples counselling, Transpersonal Psychology and Mindfulness techniques in my work. In addition, I run workshops and retreats for women and couples, who are willing to connect their current Self with their “Ideal Self”. I’m also competent in treating those, suffering from substance abuse and co-dependency along with co-existing conditions.

I am able to help individuals with depression and anxiety spectrum disorders, trauma and those experiencing difficulties in their relationships. I am passionate about my work and I am approachable, supportive and compassionate. In a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment, I explore your current difficulties.

I have training, expertise, and experience of working with clients from different cultural and religious backgrounds and work with clients irrespective of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or race.

I have worked as a psychologist since 2007 and am accredited as a psychologist with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a former member of APS. 

I am also qualified in teaching Psychology.

I have worked in a wide range of services in Russia and Australia within the National Health Services, including Improving Access to Psychological Services, Organisational Psychology, Community Service for People with Substance Misuse and Co-Dependency.

I abide by the standards of the code, ethics and practice of the APS.

I am committed to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and I undergo regular training to keep my skills up-to-date.

Qualifications

  • PhD - Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, University of Hertfordshire

  • M.Sc, Psy.S., Ed.S, Samara State University 

  • Diploma in Psychology, Samara State University

Training Courses and Conferences

  • Supporting Families with co-dependency and the Art of Being Workshops (K. Lisetsky)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy - Level 1 & Level 2 Training

  • OCD Masterclass

  • CBT, Transpersonal Psychotherapy and Psychosynthesis (K. Lisetsky, K. Berezovsky)

  • Couples Therapy Workshop (Elliott Connie)

  • TA101 Eric Bern’s - Transactional Analysis

Professional Accreditation and Experience

Psychological Treatment for Individuals, Couples and Families

Are you suffering from addiction to substance abuse, to sex, to the internet, to relationships, to eating or even work? Do you often find yourself repeating the same behaviour? It gives you temporary relief and pleasure, doesn't it? In turn, it leaves you with no more but suffering from the consequences.

Have you been battling Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Obsessions?

Are you a couple or family dealing with relationship issues, conflicts that seem never going to end?

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ABOUT

Dr. Yulia Yakovtseva

Personal crises and difficulties and the inevitable resonance with past wounding often sparks a desire to explore oneself and the relational world more deeply and with greater purpose. 

Even the act of searching psychologist websites and considering therapy is an act of courage and demonstrates strength. Therapy can look different, depending on your individual needs and goals. For instance, some individuals may benefit from shorter-term work, using cognitive behavioural therapy techniques to gain healthier perspectives, build coping skills, and actively engage in lifestyle changes to overcome difficulties. Depending on the nature of what someone is dealing with, and the extent to which it has been ingrained over time, individuals may also benefit from more insight-oriented approaches. These approaches use the safety of the therapeutic relationship to examine potentially unhelpful patterns in thinking, reactivity, and relating that are influenced by both past and present factors and are keeping clients feeling “trapped”.

 

I am passionate about my work and I am approachable, supportive and compassionate.

In a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment, we will explore your current difficulties.

I obtained my PhD in Counselling Psychology from the University of Hertfordshire.

I have training, expertise, and experience of working with clients from different cultural and religious backgrounds and work with clients irrespective of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or race.

Problems Treated with Psychology Bali

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Depression 

Anxiety (e.g. GAD, OCD, Panic Attacks) 

Addictions

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 

Relationship Difficulties, Separation and Divorce 

Phobias 

Low Self-Esteem (Body Dysmorphic Disorders) 

Life Stage Difficulties 

Work-Related Problems 

Bereavement 

 Living with Physical Health Conditions (e.g cancer, diabetes) 

Therapies with Psychology Bali

I use a number of different therapeutic interventions and modalities to tailor specific needs:

Therapies
Family Video Call

STEP by STEP

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