Kuba Grzegrzolka

CBT & MOL Psychotherapist

Kuba Grzegrzolka (also known as Jakub Grzegrzolka) is a psychotherapist and researcher passionate about improving therapy effectiveness. Kuba provides treatment for mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, panic attacks, PTSD, OCD, and many others. He is the founder of the Restore Control Therapy Service (https://restorecontrol.co.uk) which he set up to increase access to professional therapy for people in Leeds and surrounding areas (as well as online).

From the beginning of his career as a therapist he was not afraid to question the outdated and problematic aspects of the mental health world. Kuba has consistently worked towards his vision of how mental health support should look like. He has set up the Restore Control Therapy Service in response to the observed rigid nature of traditional mental health services; including the “medicalisation” of mental health problems, overreliance on “quick fix” strategies, and the problematic nature of simplifying and boxing up mental health problems.

Kuba believes in an evidence-based and modern approach to therapy. His understanding of mental health problems is based on the Perceptual Control Theory, while his clinical approach is mainly shaped by a transdiagnostic cognitive therapy known as Method of Levels, but also by some aspects of the Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. Instead of the unnecessary paperwork, labels or rigid instructions, he likes to help his clients focus on their problems from the first session. He strives to always put the client in the centre of all aspects of therapy.





  • Registered and accredited member of the BABCP.


  • BSc (Hons) Psychology PgCert Advanced Practice Interventions for Primary Mental Health Care

  •  PgDip High Intensity Psychological Interventions in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy 

  • MSc Clinical and Health Psychology CBT Psychotherapist Accredited by the BABCP.

Work Experience:​

Having the experience of working in Leeds and Manchester at both low-intensity and high-intensity settings within NHS services Kuba has worked with mental health problems of various origins and severity. Over the years he has provided valuable help to over 1000 people.

Amongst his qualifications are a BSc in Psychology, MSc in Clinical & Health Psychology, and further postgraduate degrees in psychotherapy such as PgCert & PgDip from reputable European Universities such as the University of Manchester, the University of Sheffield, the University of Bradford, and Maastricht University. The postgraduate training and experience have helped him progress to the High-Intensity NHS Mental Health Services in Leeds, where he has been delivering psychotherapy for the last few years. He is regularly attending additional psychotherapy training. He has spent the last few years training in Method of Levels therapy (MOL) which shapes his current approach alongside cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).

Kuba believes that being directly involved in mental health research is essential for any therapist. He is an honorary researcher at the University of Manchester. Currently, Kuba is involved in a wider research programme aimed at investigating the Perceptual Control Theory and transdiagnostic approaches to therapy.