Alongside my work in training and consultancy, I have experience of writing articles and blogs on issues surrounding mental health, including the role of social media and technology and student wellbeing.
I welcome requests to collaborate and a selection of my written portfolio can be found below.
The Mindful Commute – how to find calm in a busy city
6th March 2018 – Guest Post for Rachel Kelly
5 Ways to Manage your Mental Health over Christmas
18th December 2017 – Guest Post for Mind
Service User Involvement in the NIHR Crisis Care Study
21st December 2017 – Blog for Health Services Management Centre at University of Birmingham
The Part of Taking Antidepressants Doctors Can’t Prepare You For
17th December 2017 – Guest Blog for The Mighty
Freshers Fever: Behind the Curtain of Euphoria
31st October 2017 – Guest Post for Student Minds
Will social media replace face-to-face human interaction in higher education?
3rd October 2017 – Article for LSE’s Learning Technology and Innovation department.
Mental Health and the Media: its role, responsibilities and the key challenges
1st September 2017 – Guest Post for LSE’s Polis Journal
The student voice on technology, wellbeing and society
30th August 2017 – Article for LSE’s Learning Technology and Innovation department.
From interviews to Instagram, how did we engage students in the evaluation of Clement House?
25th July 2017 – Article for LSE’s Learning Technology and Innovation department.
Anxiety and creative writing: solace in words
14th June 2017 – Guest Post for Rachel Kelly
Technology and the student journey: introducing phase two of LSE 2020
12th May 2017 – Article for LSE’s Learning Technology and Innovation department
Reaching out, addressing mental health
28th February 2017 – LSE Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: CTRL ALT Delete, How I Grew Up Online by Emma Gannon.
20th February 2017 – LSE Review of Books
‘Tis the season to be jolly
9th December 2016 – Mental Health Foundation
Involving people in mental health policy: what, why and how.
5th August 2015 – Mental Health Foundation
Surviving freshers – coping well at university
4th November 2014 – Mind