Bryony Robinson qualified as Occupational Therapist in 2002 working briefly in adult mental health services before moving to children’s mental health in Staffordshire in 2006 (with maternity leave in between!). Bryony has since worked in CAMHS, Children’s Autism Service, Perinatal and is currently the Team Leader for the CAMHS Early Years Service in Staffordshire – all within Midland Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. In 2021, Bryony qualified as a Sensory Integration Practitioner.
Bryony also works for the Hope Project in schools across Staffordshire providing training and supervision to the mental health support staff within school settings.
During a career break in 2013, Bryony briefly joined Make Some Noise to provide coordination and facilitation support, as ever since then, has always a been a big supporter of the impact the charity make.
As well as being a highly qualified and experienced therapist, Bryony is also an accomplished musician, and plays clarinet, saxophone and piano purely for her own enjoyment as well as with the Burton Concert Band on alto saxophone.
Prior to Occupational Therapy and the NHS , Bryony completed a degree in Communications and Fine Art followed by 2 years working in Nepal in environmental and social projects.