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Lee Anna Simmons

London WC2N & SE18
0770 421 9009 0770 421 9009 Registered / Accredited
London WC2N & SE18

Clinical supervision is available for individuals and groups. Organisations can arrange for supervision to be held at their sites and individual practitioners can receive one to one sessions in South East and Central London, or with Signal or Skype for remote working.

Currently open for bookings: a fortnightly supervision group on Wednesday evenings 6.30-8.00pm in Covent Garden, for up to four therapists working with individuals or groups commences on 1st May 2019. 
If you might like to attend but cannot at this time / day, do register your interest as further groups can be started in the future. 

Supervision is provided by Lee Anna Simmons, Art and EMDR Psychotherapist (accredited). Lee works with a range of clients including adults and children, she is experienced as an independent consultant for charities working with torture victims and refugees as well as individual practitioners; providing clinical supervision both one to one and with groups. Lee is currently taking part in the IGA supervision diploma (2019) therefore is supported in this work by the Institute of Group Analysis. She has been working as an adviser in related fields since 2005.

Standard rates are £40 a meeting per person in the Covent Garden supervision group. 
Discounted spaces are available in the first year, with priority given to those working with refugees and separated young people. 
​Individual supervision sessions are priced differently as are supervision groups at different sites.

Please email to enquire: lee@socialarttherapy.com 

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8 Hop Gardens
Covent Garden

Studio TW-142
Thames-side Studios
Harrington Way
SE18 5NR

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


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Wheelchair user access


Currently I am working online (April 2020)

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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Lee Anna Simmons

Lee Anna Simmons