Emma Wallis is a Trainee Clinical Psychologist in her final year of doctoral training at Hertfordshire University. She sees clients for individual gender-related psychological therapy, working within therapeutic modalities including Systemic, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and integrative, underpinned by social justice approaches. Prior to the GIC, she worked in a range of charities and NHS services with people across the lifespan. She is currently conducting research to explore women’s narratives of pregnancy loss, which aims to examine sense-making, identity and socio-cultural discourses from a social constructionist lens. She is passionate about gender identity and social inclusion, and as such feels privileged to be a part of the team at the GIC.