Deborah A Lee

Deborah A Lee is Programme Director for the BSc Counselling at the University of East Londonand a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). She has 20+ years of experience in higher education, leading and teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses,advising students on study skills. Deborah is UKCP-registered, MBACP, and NCS (Accred), and has a private practice offering person-centred counselling and psychotherapy. Deborah’s current teaching and writing has a focus on social justice in counselling and psychotherapy education, training, and practice, drawing on heuristic research, autoethnography, creative non-fiction and arts-based presentations. She is co-editor, with Emma Palmer, of#MeToo: Counsellors and psychotherapists speak about sexual violence and abuse(PCCS Books, 2020), guest editor of the special issue ofPsychotherapy and Politics International(2020) on therapists’ lived experiences, and her case-study research has appeared in theBritish Journal of Guidance and Counselling(2017) andSelf & Society(2019).

Books by Deborah A Lee

#MeToo - counsellors and psychotherapists speak about sexual violence and abuse

  • £20.50
In 2017 the global #MeToo movement burst through the conspiracy of silence around women’s experience of sexual abuse and violence. Since then, other groups have found the courage to declare that they too have experienced sexual abuse and are unafraid and unashamed to let it be known. Now this ground-breaking book provides a space where counsellors and psychotherapists –…

Step in to study counselling and psychotherapy (4th edition)

  • £20.00
This fourth, updated and revised edition of this bestselling classic offers essential guidance to student counsellors and psychotherapists starting out on their training. Most books about training focus on the training; this book is about you, the trainee and student, and your needs. Written by two highly experienced trainers/lecturers, Step in to Study Counselling and Psychotherapy will be…