Cup-O-T: Wellness and Therapy Services is a not-for-profit Occupational Therapy practice. Cup-O-T’s registered Occupational Therapists provide mental health interventions and wellness sessions on a 1:1 basis, as groups and community projects, and as school, workplace and corporate packages. We work with people from the age of 11 years old up in Norfolk and Suffolk and focus on preventative and early stage mental health provision. Our aim is to make mental health support accessible at an early stage in rural areas. Our profits are used to provide free sessions to those on lower incomes; as well as running workshops to enhance resilience in rural communities.
Cup-O-T aims to fund a mobile therapy suite to be able to take our services to people living in rural areas. Until we have secured funding for this we will find a location that is as convenient to you as possible. Please view the map of the areas in Norfolk and Suffolk we are currently working in on this page.
Catherine is a registered Occupational Therapist. She gained a 2:1 BSc (hons) in Psychology from the University of Lincoln in 2010 and an MSc with merit in Occupational Therapy from the University of East Anglia in 2014. For the last 8 years Catherine has worked in a variety of mental healthcare settings including community residential homes, community youth mental health services, early intervention in psychosis services and in mental health research.
Health and Care Professions Council: OT68902
Member of Royal College of Occupational Therapists: BT0810584
Member of RCOT Specialist Section – Independent Practice: 8600
- Accessible mental health in rural areas
- Military mental health
- Preventative mental health interventions for adults and young people
- Changes of identity through life events (e.g. bereavement, injury, parenthood, illness and retirement)
- Promotion of workplace wellness
- Perinatal mental health
- Psychoanalytical theory and thinking in Occupational Therapy
Catherine is available to give lectures and group talks on Occupational Therapy and on mental health.