GROUPVISION was established in 2020 is a Social Enterprise . Our social purpose is to make therapy more accessible, for those looking for therapy as well as those wanting to become therapists. A majority of any profits made will be reinvested to support this aim.
It was established by Alexander Duffield a qualified group supervisor and accredited action learning facilitator. He has been working in private practice for over 7 years. He has a particular interest in the value of groups in supporting the work of therapists, who can feel isolated whether working in private practice or in organisations. Alex is an accredited member of the BACP and an experienced action learning facilitator accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management and an active member the International Foundation for Action Learning .
Bonnie has worked in the US, Russia and the UK including:
Lee Anna Simmons
Lee has experience working with a range of clients: adults, children and adolescents. She has worked with organisations in the public sector, in schools and in private practice. She is and experienced and qualified clinical supervisor (groups and individuals). She has worked for charities working with torture survivors and refugees and as an advisor in related fields since 2005.
Lee has a diploma in ‘Using the Group as the Medium for Supervision’ from the Institute of Group Analysis. She is a British Association of Art Therapists approved therapist and supervisor. Organisations can arrange for supervision to be held at their sites and individual practitioners can receive one to one or group sessions in person or online. She is based in Woolwich, south east London.
GROUPVISION aims to promote: