Emma Harding is a clinical psychologist specialising in working with people experiencing psychosis in Southwark, for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM). She completed her PsychD at the University of Surrey and now co-chair’s SLaM’s Psychology Service User Involvement Group (PSUIG). Emma has personal experience of psychosis and has published on this, on service user involvement in treatment guideline development and on stigma and discrimination. She was a media volunteer for Rethink, appearing in print and broadcast media to tackle discrimination and campaign for equality. Emma previously worked at South West London and St Georges’ Mental Health NHS Trust to support other people with lived experience of mental health problems into employment within the NHS.