||Lee Vallis is a registered psychologist with the British Psychological Society. He entered the field of addictions after developing a range of harm minimisation services aimed at curbing transmission rates of HIV and Hepatitis in the UK during the mid ‘90s. Lee commenced his training as a psychologist in 2001 reading Behavioural Science at Anglia Ruskin University before undertaking postgraduate training with the Open University and then went on to specialise in Addiction at the University of Bath. A keen academic and researcher, Lee has worked in a broad range of national and international therapeutic settings as well as delivered high quality substance misuse treatment for both charitable organizations and private facilities including The Priory in the UK.
An advocate of the clinical applications of Group Therapy in the treatment of addiction, Lee has worked in private practice to both increase the availability of Group Therapy in the UK and to enhance the clinical competencies of therapists by providing clinical training and supervision in the delivery and analysis of Group Therapy. Lee specializes in the delivery of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy in his work with clients at The Cabin. His clinical interests include the development of effective treatment interventions within The Cabin's luxury residential setting that both deliver clinically effective outcomes and enduring positive change in clients' lives.