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Have A Word
Private Mental Health Services

Regain Your Mental Focus

Private Mental Health Services

St Albans, Hertfordshire | UK and International

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A Private and Independent Mental Health business that creates a safe space for you to explore and understand yourself better. The unique approach led by Lucy Hine (a proud ADHD-brained female entrepreneur) is designed to both support and guide you towards a healthier and happier future. 

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CPD Membership: 19135

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ICF Professional Coach: 009865559I


Registration Number: CNHC06845


Complementary Healing 

Reiki is an energy healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety through gentle touch. It can balance your energy, support healing and complement other treatments. Sessions are created for new (and most commonly) existing clients and used to help treat anxiety, depression, chronic pain, ADHD and autism. 

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Have A Word

Founder 2018: Lucy Hine

Thank you for visiting my website. I hope you find the site easy to navigate and understand the services provided within it. If in any doubt please contact me and ask the question!. I would really love to hear from you.


Around 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem yet the shame and silence associated to it can be just as bad for a person as the mental health problem itself. Your attitude towards mental health could change someone's life. Sometimes the fear of saying the wrong thing or not knowing what to say can cause you to hold back - even though you desperately want to help.


The main objective of Have A Word is to educate and support people in understanding the importance of our mental health by providing training courses, private therapy and coaching sessions for those aged 15 and above. 


I am a proud ADHD - brained female entrepreneur based in St Albans, Hertfordshire and founded the business in 2018 whilst I was working for a large airline, part time. My side hustle quickly became my main focus and at the beginning of 2020 I was in a position to proudly offer my services full time to all - everyone is welcomed here!


I have had a passion for people and psychology for as long as I can remember. I find us all fascinating! Working within the aviation and travel industry for sixteen years gave me a lot of opportunities to work with difference I recognise and appreciate the uniqueness of us all and promote social inclusion whilst embracing individuality. It is with pride that I sit within the Neurodiverse community to advocate self-empowerment, happiness and confidence. You have the power to change your life for the better, especially by embracing your difference.


Psychoeducational therapy and coaching sessions are in-demand, yet wildly under supported. It is with passion and enthusiasm that I have created flexible sessions to help normalise the variations of mental health support because I believe that you should not have to wait to speak with a trained professional and, that diverse psychological therapies should become more readily available as much as possible.


To all clients past, present and future. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you! Thank you for being part of my life story so far.




Lucy x

Verulamium Park in St Albans, Hertfordshire | Walk n Talk session



Born to be Different: Lucy Hine

Paperback and eBook on Amazon Kindle 


Life itself is a journey. Whether we engage with the process and grow with self-awareness and optimism, the end goal is up to each one of us.


"Lucy Hine’s entrance into the world was a difficult one but, despite the challenges along the way, she’s never let that stop her. She was born with a rare condition. Hirschsprung Disease and  survived against the odds.  This book showcases her highs and lows, detailing the career and family she’s built. Anyone reading will come away understanding the importance of talking about health in a positive way, and never underestimating what you’re capable of."


How Wood Primary School, St Albans 



Training Environment

Face to Face | Online  






Learning takes place across manageable sessions. Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, each session is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan. Research and evaluation shows that taking part in an MHFA course will  raise awareness in mental health literacy, reduce stigma surrounding mental ill health, boost knowledge and confidence in dealing with mental health issues and promote early intervention which enables recovery.

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