Following completion of a Psychology BSC at Newcastle University in 2010, Lucy went on to gain a post-graduate qualification as an Occupational Therapist in 2014. Since then she has worked in a range of mental health settings for both adults and children and for the last three years she has gained experience working South of Tyne Children and Young People’s Service as a Specialist Occupational Therapist. She has an excellent understanding of a range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression and low self-esteem in addition to specialising in neurodevelopment conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Lucy has extensive experience working with young people, their families, schools and other systems to support the young person in achieving their potential in all environments. Her practice is activity/occupation-focused and thinks about a young person in all areas of their life and what is meaningful to that young person.