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Intern at Emerging Minds

Felicity Hudson


I am an intern working with the Emerging Minds time in order to prepare for the Big Emerging Minds Summit in October 2022. In the buildup to the summit, I am working with the team to help organise the workshops, and then in the weeks and months following I’ll be sharing the research from the summit. Part of this will involve looking at the legacy of Emerging Minds, its successes, and looking forward to the work that is still to be done in the understanding of children and young people’s mental health and the implementation of research.

I have recently completed the Experimental Psychology Conversion course (MSc) at the University of Bristol. There I developed an interest in research and specifically in research into children and young people's mental health through my volunteering work for SHOUT and as a tutor for individuals with mental health difficulties.