Dr Krause is a highly experienced Consultant Clinical Psychologist and lecturer in adolescent and adult mental health.
She is a highly skilled clinician who, having worked in the NHS specialising in eating disorders and self-harm, now runs her own private practice. Amongst many interests, she is particularly keen to explore the provision of effective early intervention through creating evidence-based health tech, in the treatment of complex psychological issues and in enhancing mental health and resilience. As a result she practises as a clinician, is a lecturer and speaker both nationally and internationally, has contributed to government discussion on mental health, is the founder of stem4, a teenage mental health charity, has created four mental health apps successfully across the world and regularly contributes to the media. She was the clinician involved in presenting the first UK ‘Empathy Project’ for Facebook. Her latest project is developing a mental health literacy programme for secondary schools.
Dr Krause was awarded the Mayor of London Award 2014, the ‘Point of Light Award’ in 2015, the Positive Practice Award 2017 and the Merton 2018 award. In 2019 Dr Krause received the British Citizen Award for outstanding contribution to mental health. She has currently been nominated for the Digital Leaders top 100 award, the finals of which will be in October 2020.