Lucy Arnsby-Wilson

For 10 years she has worked in the NHS in mental health services with young people and adults. Lucy has had extensive experience working with children and young people with developmental differences, such as Autism and ADHD as well as young people with learning disabilities. She is also experienced at working with young people who have experienced trauma and runs teacher trainings and workshops on using Yoga, meditation and Psychology for Trauma.

She is a trained EMDR (eye movement and desensitisation reprocessing) practitioner and loves using story telling (narrative therapy), play and creative methods to work with young people. Subsequently she is often told that she has a the ability to reach the ‘hardest to engage’ children with her warm, authentic approach.

Lucy is the Lead Psychologist for the Unaccompanied Minors at GARAS (Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers), Senior Teacher Trainer and practitioner for the Total Yoga Nidra Network and the Director and Founder of The Maya Project, a Community Interest Company offering Yoga & Psychological Therapy. She regularly conducts Expert Witness work and Adoption Fund multi disciplinary assessments.

She lives in Gloucestershire
with her partner and three children and is available for appointment in person by arrangement either from a clinical space or at the clients home. She is also available for Skype appointments.

Dr Lucy Arnsby-Wilson
Clinical Psychologist
Director and founder of The Maya Project

Dr Lucy Arnsby-Wilson