Emma Marlin

Humanistic Psychotherapist 
Accredited Registered MBACP

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I am a warm, direct, and experienced therapist. I focus on helping you get clarity about who you are and what you need to live a more satisfying life.

With greater awareness of our emotions and needs, we gain the freedom to pause and respond differently to ourselves and the challenges we face.

I work with individuals and couples and have a LGBTQ+ affirmative approach. I aim to provide a warm and inclusive space so you are free to explore any aspect of your life. 

Psychotherapy with Emma

Therapy can be short-term or open-ended, for as long as you find it helpful.

We will start by having a phone call to discuss your needs and our mutual availability. I will then invite you to an initial face to face session which is an opportunity for us to make sure we are a good fit. After this session, you can decide if you would like to continue working with me and we book a set of sessions.

We review our work together regularly so that you and I can ensure you are getting what you want.

I will listen, ask questions and give honest feedback.

Therapy is not a one-size-fits-all undertaking so I tailor my approach to respond to your needs and check frequently to ensure you are getting what you came for.

My goal is to leave you with strategies, skills, and an experience of knowing yourself that can be transferred from the therapy room to your life.

Training and qualifications

I’m a qualified, registered humanistic psychotherapist and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP Accred).

I am a founding member of HOMA psychotherapy practice in Clerkenwell.

I am a Foundation Year tutor with Homa Psychotherapy Training.

I completed an intensive face-to-face 7 year training in Humanistic Psychotherapy at Spectrum Centre for Humanistic Psychotherapy and am committed to ongoing supervision and professional development.

I’ve completed a 12-month specialist training programme with Beyond Chocolate which provides people with practical steps and support to create a happier and more satisfying relationship with food, eating and body esteem.

Before retraining as a psychotherapist, I spent two decades working as a journalist and editor in Australia, New York and the UK.

I am bound by the BACP’s Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Ethical Guidelines for Researching Counselling and Psychotherapy (where practitioners undertake research) and subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure for the time being in force