Fiona Devenney

Fiona Devenney

Fiona is originally from Ireland and following her degree in Fine Art was drawn to study and subsequently qualified as an art psychotherapist in 1999 at the University of Hertfordshire. Fiona’s art therapy career started in London working with adults with mental health difficulties in a range of community and specialist settings. Moving to Leeds enabled Fiona to broaden her experience and currently Fiona manages and practices within a child and adolescent psychotherapeutic service providing art therapy to children, adolescents and parents. 

Fiona’s approach is relational and patient centred. She has worked with children, young people and adults in both a one-to-one and group capacity, working with diverse communities and with diverse individual needs. She has a special interest in attachment, trauma, anxiety and loss. Fiona pursues continuous professional development (CPD) to enhance her practice. 

Fiona believes mental health issues can affect us all at any time in our lives and is passionate about delivering a safe, creative, therapeutic and enabling experience for young and old to help make sense of emotions, manage distress and lead a fulfilling life. 

Fiona is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is a member of the British Association of Art Therapy (BAAT). Please read our Art Therapy page for further information or contact us for an appointment or advice.

HCPC Registration Number: AS16507.