Lucie Young | Registered Psychologist at Raise the Bar Clinic

Lucie Young

Pronouns: she/her
Educational and Developmental Psychology Registrar
Heatherton

Lucie Young is an Educational and Developmental Psychology Registrar who completed her Masters of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Monash University. She also has a background as an experienced secondary school teacher and tertiary-level tutor. As a psychologist, Lucie has previously worked in a K-12 school setting, and in Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) programs.

Lucie has a strong interest in providing educational assessments that highlight the individual’s pattern of strengths and difficulties and has experience in assessing a wide range of cognitive, academic, emotional, and neurodevelopmental presentations. As a parent to a neurodivergent child, Lucie is particularly interested in supporting parents with understanding their child’s unique needs and advocating for neurodiversity-affirming approaches and inclusion more broadly.

Lucie enjoys play-based therapeutic interventions with younger children and incorporates evidence-based CBT, ACT and mindfulness approaches with all ages.

Clinic Schedule

Lucie’s clinic days are Tuesday and Thursday

Assessment

Currently accepting child, adolescent and adult assessment clients

Counselling

Currently accepting preschool age clients for play skills, social and emotional communication skills, behavioural regulation, and parent support in conjunction with child support.

Currently accepting primary school aged clients for emotional regulation, social communication skills, post-assessment support and parent support in conjunction with child support ​

Qualifications

  • Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology
  • Post Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology
  • Master of teaching (Secondary)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Criminology)

Professional Associations / Accreditations

  • Registered member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulations Agency (AHPRA)
  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
  • Associate Member APS College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists (Assoc. MCEDP)
  • Member of Australian Association of Psychologists, Inc (AAPi)
  • Victorian Institute of Teachers (VIT) Registration