How To Make Love Last
'Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.'
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Emma Agnew is a Clinical Psychologist, originally from Scotland, who trained and worked in London, before moving to Australia. Her therapeutic work includes running creative therapy workshops in an adolescent psychiatric ward, designing and delivering group and individual therapy in a male prison, and working in a human rights organisation with refugees. Her doctoral research centred around gang members and constructed identities.
David Joyce is a psychologist working in his own private practice in the inner west of Sydney. David moved to Australia from England nearly 25 years ago and has previously enjoyed stints as a professional actor, musician, film composer, and as a data analyst for several major Australian arts organisations. David is a passionate consumer of the arts, particularly theatre and film. He is a father of two, is a keen soccer player, plays classical guitar and plans to learn the Uillean pipes.