Em Farrell and Robert M Young work as psychotherapists in North London.
Em Farrell is an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist, who has been in practice for over 15 years. She has worked with and helped individuals and couples with many different kinds of difficulties.
Her approach is broadly psychodynamic.
She writes as a psychotherapy expert for www.psychologies.co.uk, where you can find her responses to readers' difficulties.
She trained at Regent's College and qualified there in 1995, and is a registered member of the UKCP, the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and subscribe to their code of ethics.
She teaches and supervises psychotherapy and counselling students.
Dr Robert M. Young
has been practicing psychotherapy for nearly three decades and has also taught and supervised
trainees for several training institutions. He has held professorships in psychotherapy and psychoanalytic studies and has written extensively on human nature and on psychoanalytic theory and practice. He sees people for one or more times per week and for short, medium and long periods, depending on their difficulties and the progress of the therapy. He is experienced in working with all sort of psychological difficulties from moderate to severe. His approach is psychoanalytic of a non-docrinaire sort. You can get an idea of how he thinks psychotherapy works from a talk he gave called 'Containment: The Technical and the Tacit in Successful
Psychotherapy' and you can access a full list of his writings by clicking here.
Whether you are looking for a consultation to decide what kind of therapy is best for you, or for a few sessions work to help with a particular problem or you are seeking long term help do email or telephone for an appointment.
Em Farrell can be reached on 0207 503 4175 and Robert M. Young on 0207 607 8306.