Couples Therapy

Ideally, the moment to start couples therapy is when one of the members involved feels like something has changed. When we start to feel some distance from one other, a degree of emotional discomfort, or a communication issue starts to build up.

The success of couples therapy is intimately related to the moment in which the couple decides to ask for professional help.

Unfortunately, couples usually go to therapy when discomfort is already very noticeable and communication issues have already eroded the relationship. At this point, intervention might be more complicated and sometimes one of the members might have the feeling that “this cannot be fixed”, which can make the process even more difficult. 

If you are not sure whether or not it’s a good moment to seek professional help for you and your partner, you might actually need it right now.

Psychologists are trained to deal with high levels of conflict and emotional discomfort, so if a tiny part of you thinks it’s still possible to save the relationship, it’s worth giving it a try.


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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