Emma Morrison

Study Skills Tutor

I feel privileged to support students in Higher Education, having first began work  as a notetaker for students studying a  diverse range of subjects,  and from an assortment of  London and the Home Counties universities.

Before this, I worked for the NHS as an Expert Patient Programme Co-ordinator (a self-management course for people with long-term medical conditions) – a varied and interesting role.   As an SpLD tutor, I find the varied styles,  approaches  and methods of working very rewarding.

I  particularly enjoy helping students succeed, not just by teaching general study-skills strategies, but also stress management,   public speaking and presentation skills.  I love learning new skills and challenging myself to ‘step out of my comfort zone’,  so in my spare time  I attended BSL Level 1 Sign Language, accredited Laughter Yoga Practitioner and even Stand Up Comedy certificate courses.  I am also a freelance Confidence Coach.  I enjoy sewing and I am a trained Mental Health First Aider.