Emma is a freelance trainer, consultant and writer in the field of mental health. She is a qualified Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor, trained to deliver the 2-day, internationally accredited courses, as well as the One-Day Youth MHFA course.

With experience of working with the public and private sector, charities, schools and universities, Emma is able to design bespoke workshops for your needs.

To discuss the training and consultancy opportunities available, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can also follow me on Twitter (@MindfulEm).

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I first met Emma a couple of years ago through my work with mental health charities as an ambassador for Rethink Mental Illness and Sane and was immediately struck by her deep understanding of mental illness. As someone, like me, who has experienced mental illness but recovered, Emma is ideally placed to help others. Her writing, including her poetry, is profoundly sensitive and moving and has the ability to make others feel understood. She is also someone who uses social media to make a difference and help anyone afflicted by mental illness. I highly recommend working with Emma.

Rachel Kelly, bestselling author of “Black Rainbow: How Words Healed me – my Journey Through Depression” and ambassador for Sane and Rethink Mental Illness.

Emma was a graduate intern and worked for me at LSE on a number of projects related to aspects of students’ digital literacies and use of learning spaces. She was an excellent researcher, but also put together a great workshop for students to understand how they were using some new informal study spaces on the campus. Her interests in mental health and wellbeing, mindfulness and digital wellbeing provided really valuable perspectives on the work we were undertaking. I’d highly recommend her as a colleague and in her new venture as a freelancer.

Jane Secker, Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City University