Tallinn Music Week
5—6 April 2024

Tamsin EmbletonGB

Founder of Music Industry Therapist Collective

Tamsin Embleton is a psychotherapist based in London, UK. She specialises in working with musicians and music industry professionals at all stages of their careers – from emerging professionals to household names. She is the founder of the Music Industry Therapist Collective (MITC) and the editor of “Touring and Mental Health – The Music Industry Manual”, a landmark publication for the music business. The book provides robust clinical advice, cutting-edge research, practical strategies and resources to help performers, crew and those working in the entertainment industry identify, process and manage the various physical and psychological difficulties that can occur on the road or as a result of touring. Each chapter has been written by performing arts clinicians and is underpinned with personal recollections from artists and touring professionals including Nile Rodgers, Justin Hawkins, Philip Selway, Charles Thompson, Katie Melua, Kieran Hebden, Jake Berry, Tina Farris, Taylor Hanson, Trevor Williams, Lauren Mayberry, Pharoahe Monch, Jim Digby, Neil Barnes, Stephanie Phillips, among many others.