About Emma

Navigating her mid-20s in the hustle and bustle of London, Emma is a mental health campaigner, writer and advisor. 

She has a passion for all things mental health, specialising is young people’s mental wellbeing and the role of technology (including social media) in today’s society.

With a Law degree and MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing, she has a background that stretches from academia, the third sector and into higher education. She has worked in the areas of policy, communications and research.

She is currently working at a London university, looking at the role of technology in teaching and learning. Emma completed her MSc dissertation in the area of e-mental health interventions for children and young people with anxiety and/or depression.

She has experience of working on advisory groups, including the UK’s first national research group for young people with experience of having, or caring for, someone with mental health problems.

Emma is a qualified adult mental health first aider and is looking to become an instructor for this training course.

Emma has experience of working with initiatives that focus on young people’s mental health and is available to provide advice or conduct workshops. For further information, please contact mindfulem@gmail.com. You can also check out her portfolio:

You can also find me on Twitter (@MindfulEm) and LinkedIn.