Senior Clinical Psychotherapist
Trainer & Supervisor
UKCP Accred. MBACP
Lucinda has worked in the Caring field for many years and is deeply committed to supporting both Adults and Adolescents in Crisis. She has worked within NHS and Private mental health settings, providing individual and group therapy to inpatients on Adolescent Acute Presentation and Eating Disorder Wards. She has also been in private practice for a number of years and founded ASC to support young people and their families in the South Essex area. Adolescent Support Clinic:“At ASC we recognise the increasing pressures facing young people and how overwhelming it is for both teens and parents who don’t know where to go for support”
Lucinda works within a diverse range of presentations including: Eating Disorders, Early-onset Psychosis, Behavioural issues and Self Harm and has published research exploring the Voice Hearing experience, historically often (wrongly) associated with Schizophrenia.
Lucinda works with individuals and also facilitates creative group therapy within a workshop environment. Lucinda provides training for schools in adolescent mental health; self harming, eating disorders, anxiety and OCD; and is co-facilitating a program for schools created by 'Relationship Matters' which teaches pupils about healthy relationshps.
Lucinda is an active campaigner for the lived experience of individuals and presenter of the ‘ASCit’ podcast which addresses general mental health issues, personal growth, current research, relationships, expanding consciousness, non-ordinary experiences and existential and spiritual matters.