Commonwealth Class: Lee Craigie


Scottish Mountain Bike champion Lee Craigie talks with Commonwealth Class about the benefits of sport on self-esteem and wellbeing and her work with the Cycletherapy project.

Lee who is originally from Glasgow and now based in Inverness is a fully trained Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist as well as an accomplished Mountain Biker and potential Team Scotland athlete.

Cycletheraphy is a project for socially excluded young people in the Highlands of Scotland who are unable to cope with the demands of main stream education. The programme benefits young people's self esteem through learning Mountain Biking and bike repair skills.

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