Lucy graduated from Roehampton University in 2017 with a Masters degree in Music Therapy. Her deeply held belief in the benefits of using music to connect with children and adults lies at the core of her work, and her approach encompasses an accepting, open and flexible attitude, treating each client according to their individual needs. Her creative use of music, using the piano, flute, her voice and percussion leads to the positive development of relationships, encourages self-expression and enhances wellbeing.
She has experience in a variety of settings, including schools and respite homes, working with non-verbal and verbal children and adults, with ASD and a variety of learning disabilities, including PMLD. She works on a one-to-one basis, as well as with groups.
When not practicing music therapy, she loves spending time with her two children, taking them to art galleries, museums and the cinema – and whenever she can snatch a few quiet moments, loves to read and practice yoga.