Dr Lucy Taylor


Maudsley Hospital, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust


DBT trained, PGDip CBT, DClinPsych, MPhil, BSc. (Hons)

Dr Lucy Taylor is a practicing Consultant Clinical Psychologist with the Child and Adolescent Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Service, Maudsley Hospital. Her main areas of interest and specialism are cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), self-harm and adolescents and she is accredited with the BABCP. She has recently published a CBT workbook for treating young people who self-harm with Routledge and has written modules for the online resource MindEd. She has a private CBT practice in Surrey and also offers mental health workshops, training and consultation to local schools. Prior to this, she worked in Croydon CAMHS, taking the lead research role in developing and piloting a CBT manual for young people who self-harm and their families. She also jointly set up a new mental health service offering input to all secondary schools in the Croydon area. She supervisedon the CBT Child and Adolescent Postgraduate Diploma course at King’s College London and has led supervision, teaching and training programmes for child and adolescent mental health service teams nationally.  

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