Raeleigh is an occupational therapist experienced in working with children, young people and their families in mental health and developmental settings. She values working with people to support them experiencing well-being through the use of activity which may include play, art and movement. Raeleigh has extensive history in working with infants and toddlers, children with developmental issues including autism, young people with psychosis, children with medical conditions, as well as young people and families struggling with issues related to trauma, stress and loss.
Raeleigh has trained in sensory-based and attachment interventions, family therapy, as well as interventions to support development and functioning. She as provided clinical leadership within child and youth mental health services and organisations in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, and currently is a lecturer within the occupational therapy program at the University of Queensland. In offering an occupational therapy perspective, Raeleigh aims to support children and families to do what is meaningful to them in all sorts of ways that brings satisfaction and joy to everyday living and relationships.