Emma is a consultant clinical psychologist with more than 25-years’ experience working in a range of settings with children, young people, and families. She has a post in a busy CAMHS at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, alongside her role as director of wellbeing at Highgate School. She consults with staff, parents, and pupils at Highgate and partner schools on issues pertaining to individual and whole-school mental health. Emma is involved in supervising and training clinicians working with children and families at UCL and the Anna Freud Centre. Her current research with UCL is exploring the relationship between social media and teenage mental health. Emma is passionate about working with and developing accessible mental health services for young people.