Lucy Pashley, MA
I believe that art-making in a supported and therapeutic environment can have a positive, transformative impact on a person’s emotional wellbeing, self-esteem and sense of identity. As an art therapist, I aim to provide a calm and non-judgmental space for my clients and use my own experience of the creative process in my work.
I am experienced at working in hospital and care home environments with older adults who have physical, cognitive or mental health difficulties. This includes those who are living with dementias, the effects of a stroke, and experiences of loss and isolation.
I also work in primary education with children who have a range of needs including concerns around emotional and behavioural difficulties, low self-esteem, school avoidance, and experiences of bereavement and family breakdown.
I am fully qualified as an art therapist (MA Art Therapy from the University of Hertfordshire) and I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
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