Emma is an academic tutor who has been part of the academic team on the Clinical Psychology Doctorate programme since 2015.
She also works as a principal clinical psychologist in the Hull Integrated Community Stroke Service, part of the City Health Care Partnership CIC.
Her role there is to provide psychological assessment and interventions for people with mood, adjustment and cognitive difficulties after a stroke.
Prior to this Emma worked in a local psycho-oncology service within the NHS for 10 years.
She is a qualified cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) practitioner which she uses individually with patients and contextually with staff teams.