Dr Lucy Maddox is a consultant clinical psychologist, lecturer and writer. She works clinically on an NHS psychiatric ward for teenagers in Bristol, and she lectures at the Institute of Pyschiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience and the Anna Freud Centre.
Lucy has written for various publications including the Guardian, Science, Prospect, the Psychologist and the Times. She was a British Science Association Media Fellow in 2013.
Lucy’s writing does not express the opinion of any of the organisations she works for in her clinical or academic roles.
Work published elsewhere
The psychology of dancing at festivals
Why do people dance at music festivals?
Myth of the teenager
Are the stereotypes of wild adolescents fair?
What is CBT for psychosis anyway?
Exploring how cognitive-behavioural therapy can be used to treat psychosis.
If you want a better, happier life, here are 10 apps that could help
Lucy picks the best 10 apps related to psychology.
Middle-aged men’s paunch ‘down to lack of oestrogen’
Falling oestrogen levels responsible for middle-age spread in men.