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Josephine Mary Lomax-Simpson

Josephine Mary Lomax-Simpson, British psychotherapist, consultant. Recipient Sir Cyril Black prize London Borough of Merton, 1978. Member executive committee Social Psychiatry section Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, since 1980; Fellow Royal College Psychiatrists.; Member Church of England.

Background

  • Lomax-Simpson, Josephine Mary was born on March 11, 1925 in London. Daughter of James and Isobel Mary (Messenger) L.-S. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Aberdeen University, 1948. Consultant, Schools for Maladjusted Children, London, 1954-1966.

  • Education

    • Consultant, founder Charity Trust Messenger House Trust 1970. Large group therapy consultant Family Consultation Clinic, East Grinstead, East Sussex, since 1970.

    Career

    • Consultant, Schools for Maladjusted Children, London, 1954-1966. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of England

    Membership

    Member executive committee Social Psychiatry section Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, since 1980. Fellow Royal College Psychiatrists. Member Church of England.

    Clubs: Institute Psycho-Analysis (associate), Psycho-Analysis Group Analytic Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Traveling; theatre.

    Connections

    • father: James Bachelor of Medicine
    • mother: Isobel Mary (Messenger) L.-S. Bachelor of Medicine
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    Born March 11, 1925
    Nationality

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