Emma Elizabeth Craft, Trainee Psychological Therapist

2022 (expected): Doctor of Psychological Therapies  – Manchester Metropolitan University

2018: MSc Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice (with distinction) – Manchester Metropolitan University

2014: BSc (Honours) Psychology (with 2:1) – University of Manchester

Work Experience

I commenced work at Oakwood Psychology Services in September 2020, and am very excited to be here! I have particular interests in eating disorders and LGBT+ issues, though in my previous roles I have primarily worked helping people with substance misuse and recent homelessness. These roles were as a Criminal Justice Recovery Coordinator at Change Grow Live and the Senior Practitioner/Social Recovery Worker for the Manchester Resettlement service of Humankind Charity. I have also worked as an Associate Lecturer in psychology at MMU. In my doctorate studies, I am conducting research about what factors help people who have recovered from an eating disorder best maintain their recovery in the long term.