Hannah Simons

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London, Greater London, SE12 8QG
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About me

I am an Art Therapist. I trained in Psychodynamic Art Psychotherapy. I have a holistic, integrative approach. I work with people of all ages. 

I am experienced at working with children and adolescents experiencing mental health difficulties. I also have extensive experience supporting young people with neurodevelopmental differences and children with PMLD including those who are non verbal.

I have worked with terminally ill adults, new mothers, people in grief, adults living with severe enduring mental health difficulties and those coping with the effects of trauma.

I have worked with people in need of early intervention services and people in need of crisis support. 

In art therapy sessions, i hope to provide containment with gentleness. I aim to facilitate and enable creative exploration as a way to communicate and work through personal difficulties. My strengths as a therapist are emotional attunement, open-mindedness, honesty and compassion.

I have been working as a clinical supervisor for three years.

Training, qualifications & experience

M.A Art Psychotherapy
Goldsmiths (UL)

M.A Fine Art
Central Saint Martins (UAL)

B.A Fine Art
Goldsmiths (UL)

Member organisations

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Areas of counselling I deal with

Therapies offered


£70.03 per session
Free initial telephone session

97 Brightfield Road, London, Greater London, SE12 8QG

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Children (0-12)
Young people (13-17)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)

Key details

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Hannah Simons
Hannah Simons