Mindful & Slow

Do you find yourself stuck in…

– Constant worry: You feel like you’re always on edge, even when there’s no clear reason to be. 

– Physical symptoms: You experience racing heart, sweating, or trembling in stressful situations. 

– Overthinking: You might find yourself dwelling on past events or future scenarios, causing distress. 

– Avoidance: Sometimes you avoid certain situations or activities because they make you anxious or uncomfortable but you don’t seem to get any better at handling it. 

– Impact on daily life: You have noticed that anxiety is affecting your work, sleep patterns, relationships, personal life and hobbies, making it difficult to enjoy life sometimes. 

How you can help yourself:

-First, start by understanding yourself better: What kind of thoughts, emotions and behaviors are you more likely to have? 

-Second, we need to know what is not working, what’s keeping you stuck and what could be improved. 

– Lastly, we need to find out strategies and techniques to navigate through the difficult emotions and thoughts you are experiencing, so they don’t control your life anymore. 

How will you benefit from doing sessions with me?

As a mental health professional, I am committed to working together, collaboratively with you on spotting the very things that need to change in order for you to start experiencing growth and well-being in the areas you most need it. 

Some of the things you might experience after you graduate from therapy:

– More inner calm: Oftentimes your head feels like a spinning wheel, it never stops. You will benefit from learning techniques to find peace and tranquility in the middle of the storm. This will allow you to navigate life’s challenges with a greater sense of ease. 

– Better personal connections: I know sometimes social interactions can be a source of discomfort for you, that’s why you will work on your skills to connect more authentically with others, so you can have interactions that are more enjoyable. 

– Find mental clarity: We will work together so you can better manage the constant chatter of overthinking and dwelling in the past and future. You will gain clarity of mind, which will leave you with more energy and bandwith to focus on the things that truly matter to you. 

So what’s the first step?

Here is what you can do next: Start by taking the free self-assessment below. 

I’ve included a quick questionnaire just for you that only takes 2 minutes to complete. Results are not meant to be a diagnosis, but rather an opportunity for reflection on how anxiety influences your life and what steps you can take.  

So take a pen and a piece of paper, or score your points on your phone and let’s start! 


Below are 7 questions related to common experiences associated with anxiety. Please read each question carefully and select the response that best describes your feelings or experiences. Be honest with yourself as you complete the assessment. 


  • Not at all (scores 0 points) 
  • Several days (scores 1 point) 
  • More than half the days (scores 2 points) 
  • Nearly every day (scores 3 points) 

Over the last 2 weeks, how often have you been bothered by any of the following problems? 

  1. Feeling nervous, anxious, or on edge?
  2. Not being able to stop or control worrying?
  3. Worrying too much about different things?
  4. Trouble relaxing?
  5. Being so restless that it is hard to sit still?
  6. Becoming easily annoyed or irritable?
  7. Feeling afraid as if something awful might happen?


1-4: minimal anxiety à Your results indicate that you have none, or very few signs of anxiety. 

5-9: mild anxiety à Your results indicate that you may be experiencing some signs of mild anxiety. 

10-14: moderate anxiety à Your results indicate that you may be experiencing some signs of moderate anxiety, further evaluation by a health provider is recommended.  

 15-21: severe anxiety à Your results indicate that you may be experiencing signs of severe anxiety, further evaluation by a health provider is recommended. 

Thank you so much for taking the assessment, this for sure means you are committed and ready to make changes in your life.  

If you found yourself identifying with many of the experiences described here and feel that anxiety is affecting your life, consider reaching out for support. I know it might seem intimidating and scary at first, but I’m here to help and guide you throughout the process of learning the exact tools you need so your anxiety doesn’t hold you back anymore. 

You are spending so much energy in figuring this out on your own. Let a professional guide you. 

After nearly a decade training in Psychology and 5 years working in the field, I have helped dozens of clients thrive beyond anxiety and find meaning again. I’d really love for you to be part of this group of committed humans who reached a turning point, took action and changed the game for themselves. 

So what is holding you back?

You know you’ve been longing for a change in your life, but you keep telling yourself it will just go away or get better. Let me tell you something: things don’t magically get better if we don’t actively work on fixing them, and you are only a click away from starting to create a happier and more meaningful life.

In this intro video call I will personally offer you:

  • A comfortable space where you can fully express yourself with a mental health professional who gets you because she’s been through (and overcome) similar issues.
  • An assessment of your current situation and specific needs.
  • Tailored feedback and a roadmap suggestion with actionable steps.
  • Insights to help you understand yourself and your issues better.
  • Answers to all the questions you might have about starting therapy with me.

I will make sure you feel seen and completely safe to talk about anything you are struggling with. It doesn’t matter how big or small you think your problem is, if it’s holding you back: I am here to help you find a way out.

I can’t wait to see you inside!

Love, Martha x

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