The Healthy Living Centre

 282-284 St Pauls Road,

London, N1 2LH

0207 704 6900 or 0207 354 1600


Emily Ollman-Hirt

 

Therapies Practised: Emily is a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist, accredited with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists (UKCP). Emily is also in the final stages of completing a professional doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the Metanoia Institute, West London.

(Emily practices an integrative, relational model of psychotherapy)

Availability: Wednesday and Thursday evenings, Saturday mornings.

Prices: low-cost clinic, (please enquire for more information)

Profile: Emily has worked in the Mental Health field for the past ten years, including seven years experience with the NHS. She currently works in private practice from her rooms in Islington and in South Woodford, as well as in a London community therapy service for parents and infants. 


At this time her therapy work mainly includes work with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, relational problems, relationship break-downs and overcoming past traumas. Emily also specialises in therapeutic work with expectant or new mothers and their infants. In the past she has worked with severe mental illness and addictions, as well as with children with emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Due to a broad training background, Emily has grounding in various different approaches, which allows her to be flexible in how she works with each individual:

Registered Member of:  Member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP). 

Messages from Emily: "I try to listen to the therapeutic goals of the client before deciding upon what sort of approach might 'fit'. Sometimes a client may be unsure what their immediate goals for therapy are, which would lead me to consider having a more open, explorative stance in the therapy. At other times, I might use a more cognitive behavioural (CBT) approach to support someone to actualise behavioural changes in their life. I believe that an understanding of a person's past relationships is extremely important in order to help them understand their current difficulties, and I see therapy as a way of detangling oneself from old, painful relational habits.  I try and work with transparency, which involves being clear about how therapy works and how we will measure when you have achieved your goals."

Further info/contact/website:

Email:    info@talkingtherapieslondon.com

Tel:        07901 907 193

Website: www.talkingtherapieslondon.com

                www.mumsinmind.co.uk

Emily Ollman-Hirt, BSc, UKCP, BPsS

Integrative Psychotherapist
Doctoral Candidate in Counselling Psychology