Penny is a registered psychotherapist and applied behaviour analyst who works within a person-centred framework. In her practice she combines Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) principles with body-based movement practices to develop and further clients’ social, emotional, and behavioural health and wellbeing. She has a Master’s Degree in Psychotherapy from Canterbury Christ Church University, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Health and Social Care from the University of the West of England and a BSc (hons) Degree in Counselling Psychology from Southampton Solent University. Over the last 18 years Penny has worked with children and adolescents in home and school settings, online with adult carers and siblings of looked-after children, and provided 1-1 and group therapy within addictions counselling and outpatient services. Her interests lie in the areas of anxiety, developmental disorders, trauma, PTSD, and medically unexplained symptoms. Penny has guest spoken at PhD seminars and academic conferences and is in her 5th year of studying for a Doctorate in Psychotherapy at Middlesex University exploring therapist experiences and perceptions of working online.