Adam Baiza is a Psychology graduate and a psychotherapist in training at Private therapy clinic. He graduated from University College London (UCL) with an Upper 2:1 in Psychology (Bachelor of Sciences) and aims to become a HCPC accredited psychologist through pursuing a doctorate qualification.
Adam uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help clients overcome the issues they are facing in their day-to-day lives. CBT is an evidence-based approach that targets the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Typically, we notice the way a situation makes us feel and consequently behave, but we rarely notice the automatic thoughts that precede these feelings and behaviours. In the early stages of treatment, Adam will teach clients how to identify and respond to negative automatic thinking by focusing on cognitive restructuring and guided discovery. As clients gain experience dealing with surface level cognitions, deeper levels of cognition such as underlying beliefs can then be targeted using techniques such as exposure and belief modification.
As well as working at Private Therapy Clinic, Adam Baiza works alongside a HCPC accredited clinical psychologist and an occupational psychologist in supporting individuals who are housebound due to their psychological difficulties. His roles within this team include the administering of psychological intervention and medication, reviewing of clinical research on the client’s presenting problems, and the de-escalation of suicidal urges. The difficulties Adam has come across include depression, anxiety, panic disorders, Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), fibromyalgia and sensory processing issues.
Information about Qualification
Adam has completed an accredited Psychology undergraduate degree but has not yet completed a Psychology prograduate program, therefore Adam is still in training as a therapist.
- Anger Management Counselling
- Anxiety Treatment
- Health anxiety
- Depression Treatment
- Self-esteem related issues
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
- Panic Attacks
- Phobia Treatment
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Trauma
- Social Anxiety Treatment
- Stress Management
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)/ Worry