Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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Locations

Hastings, East Sussex

Hasting’s CBT Service is led by Lee Grant, accredited with the BABCP as a CBT therapist, trainer and supervisor.

Our therapists are chosen for their professional quality and their clinical expertise. For an assessment of your needs in the Hastings area call Sophie in our Efficacy office. Sophie is our Client Liaison Officer and she will endeavour to answer any questions you may have and will help you to book an appointment.

Lee Grant

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
  • MSc Mental Health Studies
  • Diploma in Nursing Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
  • BABCP Accredited
  • PG Cert Academic Practice (in progress)
  • EMDR Trained

Experience

Lee is one of the Clinical Directors at Efficacy and worked in partnership with Jane Muston to co-found Efficacy in 2003. Lee provides independent cognitive behavioural therapy to individuals and groups, whilst designing and overseeing service development.

In addition to his clinical work, Lee provides CBT consultancy to Kings College London as a lecturer practitioner and is the Programme Leader for 3 MSc in CBT, offering post-graduate training to mental health professionals. His academic role includes the overall management of the programme, teaching, providing clinical supervision and assessing and grading the students.

In the 8 years prior to co-founding Efficacy, Lee worked as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist managing CBT NHS services in primary care and secondary care across London. Lee began his career as a mental health professional in 1988 and has continuously worked as clinician building up his extensive experience and expertise.

Special Interests

Lee’s areas of interest are supervision and mental health consultancy. He trains and advisors other CBT therapists on how to provide effective supervision. He still provides peer supervision, oversees all the postgraduate supervision at Kings College and provides supervision and CBT training to other healthcare professionals. In addition Lee provides mental health consultancy to external organisations.

In his clinical work, Lee specialises in anxiety disorders, depressive illness, trauma, low self-esteem, relationship problems, couples therapy and sex therapy.

Lee sits as a committee member for the BABCP Supervisory Group reflecting his expertise in this area.

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