As spokesperson for The British Psychological Society on teenagers, bullying, self-esteem and appearance (and latterly also on autism) I have extensive experience of being interviewed, or helping on anti-bullying programmes, with many radio and TV channels plus newspapers and magazines.
Sessions can be arranged individually, or in groups, in person or via a Zoom call! Please use the Contact page for all enquiries.
- 2011- Present: Parents evenings, INSET days, workshops, performance workshops for musicians.
- Feb/Oct 2010-14: European Union talks in Brussels on children and violence
- Nov / Dec 2009: Anti-bullying roadshow for Welsh Assembly Government
- Nov 2009: Radio 1 – extended Surgery show with Aled Haydn-Jones
- Oct 2009: Swansea Roadshow for BBC Headroom on bullying and mental health
- August 2009: Performance Anxiety workshops for West Coast School of Music
- April 2009: Anti-bullying workshops for Wareing Education Dept, Essex
- Autumn 2008 /Spring 2009: Writing teaching materials / lesson plans and worksheets for schools to use when dealing with psychological bullying.
- October 2008: Keynote speaker at Anti – Bullying Conferences, convened by Welsh Assembly, in Llandudno and Swansea
- September 2008: Workshops with ‘The National Centre for Eating Disorders’
- March 2008: Keynote speaker and Workshops with Childline Wales
- December 2007: Vilnius University, Lithuania – lectures and workshops for academics, educational authorities and government representatives
- October 2007: Pembrokeshire, All Wales Training for Public Health – lectures and workshops
- February 2007: Begin consultancy work for Public Health Department, Pembrokeshire, on emotional health for Healthy Schools Campaign
- September 2006: ‘Help! I’m being bullied’ is published by Accent Press Ltd.
- May 2006- May 2014: Pembrokeshire – appointed anti-bullying consultant for all 76 schools, delivering weekly workshops for pupils, teaching and support staff, parents and school governors
- April 2006: Seattle Children’s, Washington, USA – lectures and workshops for medics, nursing staff, academics and social workers and patients.
LEA Lead Officer for Anti-Bullying: We have promoted The Lovegrove Approach in all our schools. Emily has provided staff training, awareness raising events for parents and governors and practical sessions for young people. This most useful approach has been welcomed by everyone.