About - Embleton Psychotherapy
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My name is Tamsin Embleton and I am the founder of Embleton Psychotherapy. I’m a BACP registered, fully insured psychotherapist working at an NHS hospital and in private practice in Angel, Islington. I completed my training at Regent’s & Birkbeck universities, and have attended courses at the Bowlby Centre, the European Society for Traumatic Dissociation (of which I am a member) and the Institute for Psychoanalysis, with upcoming training in Mentalization-based Treatment at the Anna Freud Centre (MBT) in LA and further clinical training at the Bowlby Centre. I regularly contribute to articles for Metro.


Some of the issues my clients face include:


  • trauma and neglect
  • physical, sexual and mental abuse
  • identity, meaning and purpose
  • attachment, relationship and interpersonal issues
  • depression, anxiety and stress
  • grief, loss and bereavement
  • addiction
  • phobias
  • gender
  • sexuality
  • anger and emotional difficulties (including personality disorders)

I have extensive experience working with clients who have experienced trauma, neglect and abuse. I have over 10 years experience of working with artists and creatives, 5 working with new mothers and 4 working within homeless shelters. I am currently researching the psychological experience of touring. I also hold a BA in Classics from King’s College, London.