Written Portfolio

Full links to articles can be found on Contently.


  • The Mighty, March 2018: The 2 Subconscious Symptoms of Mental Illness People Don’t Talk About
  • Rachel Kelly, March 2018: The Mindful Commute – How to Find Calm in a Busy City
  • Mind, December 2017: 5 Ways to Manage Your Mental Health over Christmas
  • University of Birmingham, December 2017: Service User Involvement in the NIHR Crisis Care Study
  • Mind, December 2017: 5 Ways to Manage Your Mental Health at Christmas
  • The Mighty, December 2017: The Part of Taking Antidepressants Doctors Can’t Prepare You For
  • Student Minds, October 2017: Freshers Fever: Behind the Curtain of Euphoria
  • London School of Economics (Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI), October 2017: Will Social Media Replace Face-to-Face Interaction in Higher Education?
  • London School of Economics (LSE Polis Journal), September 2017: Mental Health and the Media: its role, responsibilities and the key challenges
  • London School of Economics (LTI), August 2017: The Student Voice on Technology, Wellbeing and Society
  • London School of Economics (LTI), July 2017: From Interviews to Instagram, How Did We Engage Students in the Evaluation of Clement House?
  • Rachel Kelly, June 2017: Anxiety and Creative Writing: Solace in Words
  • London School of Economics (LTI), May 2017: Technology and the Student Journey: Introducing Phase Two of the LSE 2020 Project
  • London School of Economics (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion), February 2017: Reaching Out, Addressing Mental Health
  • London School of Economics (LSE Review of Books), February 2017: LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: CTRL ALT Delete, How I Grew Up in an Online World
  • Mental Health Foundation, December 2016: ‘Tis the Season to be Jolly
  • Mental Health Foundation, August 2015: Involving Young People in Mental Health Policy: What, Why and How.
  • Mind, November 2014: Surviving Freshers – Coping Well at University.



  • PSSRU, for Public Health England, August 2017: Barriers and Facilitators to Commissioning Cost-Effective Services for the Promotion of Mental Health and Wellbeing and Prevention of Mental Ill-Health. A research report for Public Health England. McDaid, David; Knapp, Martin; Wilson, Emma.
  • London School of Economics, 2017: The Clement House rotunda project: an evaluation of six informal learning spaces at LSE. Wilson, Emma; Roger, Kris; Ney, Sarah.
  • PSSRU, LSE, September 2017: Chapter 1.7 Money Matters: Funding Care in Lewis’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Comprehensive Textbook. Knapp, Martin; McDaid, David; Wilson, Emma.
  • London School of Economics, 2018 (TBC): LSE 2020: Phase Two. A report on behalf of Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI). Wilson, Emma.