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Lucy Steen is a mother of 3 very active and busy young boys, one who has superpowers in the form of autism. Lucy is also a foster carer and feels passionately about supporting families and children to be the best they can be. She believes that your home should be a place of calm and relaxation, where you can prepare yourself to take on the world.
Lucy’s compassionate and non-judgemental nature, and understanding of what it’s like to struggle with family and children, can help you bring order to your home. Her own experiences with organising her home and family have given her a wealth of tried-and-tested tools, which have been further supplemented by the specialist training and mentoring she has received since joining the Allsorts Organising team. She can even assist you with developing strategies to help you guide other family members to be more organised also.
Lucy is currently studying a Certificate IV in Mental Health support work and before having children, was a telephone counsellor at Lifeline. She knows that having a healthy mind is essential to being our best self, and having a happy and organised home. Lucy has completed formal training for supporting people with hoarding behaviours and actively pursues professional development opportunities so as to provide the best support she can to her clients. Her studies and experience with mental health issues, autism, ADHD and navigating the NDIS provide Lucy with a practical insight into some of the challenges that may be standing between you and having the functional and safe home that you desire.
Lucy holds a current Working with Vulnerable People registration issued by the ACT Government, a NSW Working with Children clearance and a National Police Check.
Providing face-to-face services across ACT and surrounding areas, you are in good hands with Lucy and the team at Allsorts Organising.