City Road Therapy

Yung-Chieh Huang

My name is Chieh. I am a trainee counselling psychologist (MBPsS) as well as a registered counsellor (MBACP). I adhere to British Psychological Society (BPS) and British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)’s ethical codes that include respecting confidentiality and having regular clinical supervision. I practice integratively drawing on a range of approaches (cognitive behavioural therapy, psychodynamic, and systemic) to meet each person’s needs and best interests.

Integrative therapy with Yung-Chieh

Sometimes we may feel stuck with situations and/or people; we may also cling to thoughts, beliefs and behaviours that we do not want to let go. By working collaboratively in counselling, we may enable a shift in our mindset and make changes possible.

I am a registered counsellor (MBACP) and a trainee counselling psychologist (MBPsS). I am bound by BACP’s ethical codes that include respecting confidentiality and having regular clinical supervision.

I respect the uniqueness of each person, so I practice integratively drawing on a range of therapeutic modalities to suit each person’s needs and goals. My counselling approaches are complemented by Eastern philosophies. As a counsellor, I value trusting and honest therapeutic alliance and aim to provide a safe, empathetic and non-judgemental space, where people can be themselves, be heard and understood, and explore any present issues and/or something from the past.

I have worked with different mental health issues in a wide range of contexts – workplace, chronic illness, sexuality, relationship, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), stigma/prejudice/discrimination, racism, drug and alcohol recovery, domestic violence, sexual abuse – in the NHS, higher education, charity and private sectors. My experiences have strengthened my understanding of the complexity of mental health issues, individuality and difference, and humanity.

Qualifications and experience

Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology trainee, City, University of London
Postgraduate Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling, University of Oxford
MSc in Psychology (GBC Conversion course), BPP University
Certificate in Counselling Skills, WPF Therapy
MSc in Investment Management, Cass Business School

Languages other than English



Face-to-face, long-term and short-term
Fees can be discussed
Concessions available

Abuse | Addiction | Autism | Bereavement and loss | Chronic illness | Domestic violence | Family and relationships | Gender and identity | Grievance and other workplace issues | Pregnancy and birth | PTSD | Sexuality | Suicidal thoughts | Trauma