Dr Emma Wallis Clinical Psychologist

Dr Emma Wallis is a clinical psychologist who qualified at the University of Hertfordshire. Emma sees patients for initial assessments at the clinic as well as individual and group psychotherapy. She is trained in a range of therapeutic modalities including Compassion-Focussed Therapy (CFT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Systemic approaches (including Narrative Therapy), and integrative ways of working, which are applied in collaboration with each client in response to their goals. Person-centred and social justice approaches underpin her clinical work.

Prior to the GIC, Emma has worked in a number of NHS and third-sector services with people across the lifespan, such as neurorehabilitation, paediatrics, intellectual disabilities and adult mental health. She is passionate about identity work and social inclusion, and as such feels privileged to be a part of the team at the GIC.