EMMY VAN DEURZEN
MPhil, MPsych, PhD, CPsychol, FBPsS, FBACP, UKCPF, HCPC reg
Emmy is a philosopher, psychologist and existential therapist who is an author and a human rights activist. She directs her private practice Dilemma Consultancy in London and is Principal of the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling at the Existential Academy in London, both of which she founded with Prof. Digby Tantam in 1996. She is a Visiting Professor with Middlesex University, for whom she directs several doctoral and masters programmes. She has published eighteen books on existential therapy and the challenges of the human condition. Several of her texts are in their second or third editions and have been translated into fifteen languages. She has lectured on five continents.
Emmy read her essay ‘Becoming an Existential Therapist’ on BBC Radio 3 on 15 November 2013. You can listen to the podcast here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03hjw9f
Emmy is able to see individuals or couples for existential therapy for monthly or one off sessions only, always online through her practice Dilemma Consultancy. She has a long waiting list, but Dilemma also offers a low cost clinic, where she supervises her doctoral students to offer existential therapy at £25 per weekly sessions after seeing you for an initial session herself. The consultancy can also take enquiries about lectures and workshops and information about fees and conditions can be found on the website. It is based at:
61-63 Fortune Green Road
London NW6 1DR
Tel: 020 74358067