Annie Doubleday

Annie Crofton

Director / Advanced Paediatric Occupational Therapist

Annie studied BSc Occupational Therapy (hons) degree at University of East Anglia and graduated in 2005. She is an Accredited Advanced Therapist in Sensory Integration and Sensory Attachment Intervention, having completed modules with University of Cardiff and Ulster. Annie is trained in Child Attachment and Play Assessment (CAPA), and the MIM, in addition to Therapressure (Wilbarger) and Halliwick aquatic therapy (swimming).

Annie is heavily involved in Sensory Attachment research, and is currently exploring the role of Narrative Story Stems with adolescents. 

Annie has professional experience working in a range of settings including Paediatrics, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, and Forensic Psychiatry. Annie is passionate about helping children and young people regulate and develop their co-regulation skills with others.

Favourite Place

My Favourite place to visit is the beach.

Things we might do in our sessions together

Balance and rock on the inflatable cushion.
 
Hang from the trapeze bar.
 
Make dens!
 
Plan obstacle courses.
 
Talk about your hobbies.
Help you manage any worries.
 
Try to help you feel calm at the end.