About - Embleton Psychotherapy
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I’m a BACP registered, fully insured psychotherapist working in 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 and the Institute for Psychoanalysis, with upcoming courses at the Anna Freud Centre (MBT) and the European Society for Traumatic Dissociation (of which I am a member). 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 also hold a BA in Classics from King’s College, London.