Her research in the area of psychology and moving image has led to the publication of the following.
· Eavesdropping: the psychotherapist in film and television (co-edited with Terrie Waddell; Routledge 2015), including the chapter, ‘Challenging Freud on the realities of erotic transference with fictional case study: The Sopranos 9199-2007) and In Treatment 92008-2010).
· ‘Anatomy of genius: inspiration through banality and boring people’ in Hockley and Gardner (2011) House. The Wounded Healer on Television. Jungian and post-Jungian Reflections, Routledge, pp.75-100.
Lucy is co-editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Jungian Studies, and author of several books, edited volumes and journal articles. These include: Nietzsche and Jung: the whole self in the union of opposites (Routledge 2004); Introduction to Nietzsche (SPCK 2010); Dreaming The Myth Onwards: new directions in Jungian therapy and thought (Routledge 2009); Spirit Possession and Trance: New interdisciplinary perspectives (Continuum 2010); Analytical Psychology in a Changing World: the search for self, identity and community.