About - Embleton Psychotherapy
Embleton Psychotherapy is a BACP registered psychotherapist based in Islington, London.
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About

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Hello, I’m Tamsin and I am the founder of Embleton Psychotherapy. I’m a BACP registered, 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 a two year conversion training at the Bowlby Centre (2017-2019). I also hold a BA (Hons) in Classical Studies from King’s College, London. I regularly contribute to articles for Metro as a psychotherapist.

 

In my private practice, I work with a broad client-base from all walks of life. My client’s are typically facing issues related to:

 

  • 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 spent 10 years working in the music industry as an event booker, promoter and artist manager; experience which has provided valuable insight for working therapeutically with artists, music industry and creatives working in other fields. I’m currently researching the psychological impact of touring for musicians and hope to use this research to inform and support artists and their artists’ teams in preparing for the unique dynamics and challenges that face touring musicians (both on and off the road).

I also have extensive experience of working with new mothers (and their children) and within homeless shelters in London and Liverpool.