Andrew G. Marshall has thirty years experience helping couples and individuals and has written sixteen books.
I am the author of the international best-seller I Love You But I’m Not in Love With You. A special 10th anniversary edition is published next year. In total, I’ve written sixteen titles on love, relationships and infidelity – which have been translated into over twenty different languages.
I also write articles for the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and The Daily Telegraph. I’ve appeared on TV shows as This Morning and Lorraine Kelly Today and on radio programmes like Jeremy Vine and Chris Evans on BBC Radio 2.
The Guardian has described my work as “wonderfully comforting” and “I feel light headed and giggly…as if someone has just made sense of me” and The Evening Standard as “insightful”.
As well as books, I offer counselling in London and Sussex and enjoy speaking engagements where I can pass on my message that relationship needs skills as well as connection and the good news if those skills can be taught, so you can turn round your relationship.
I trained with RELATE – the UK’s leading couple-counselling charity, but have developed my own method which blends psycho-dynamic counselling (which looks at your past and how it affects today) with systemic counselling (which focuses on how your relationship works today and what would improve matters). I lead a team of three therapists in London offering the Marshall Method and have plans to extend the service to other parts of the country.
I’ve written for newspapers and women’s magazines all over the world. For The Times, I wrote the Psychobabble series. For The Independent, I did the celebrity profile Revelations – where somebody in the news talked about a moment where they learnt something about themselves – and for Woman and Home magazine I interviewed celebrity couples for Inside a Marriage.
In addition, I write plays. Coming Around Again, a play about five generations of the same family and how one generation’s secrets will affect the next, was performed at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2005 and published by Oberon Books. The Guardian described Coming Around Again as “an impressive feat” and The Stage called it “an utter delight”.
I’ve written two plays about the tenor Enrico Caruso – Caruso and the Quake and Caruso and the Monkey House Trial – which have been on an extensive UK and Ireland tour playing over 100 dates. My most recent play is Madam Butterfly: The Man Opera which takes the Puccini story and asks: what happens next?
Other jobs include working in radio at BRMB in Birmingham, Essex Radio in Southend, Radio Mercury in Crawley and for Talk Radio UK (National).
In 2012, I started my own imprint Marshall Method Publishing which has brought out four titles in the UK and publishes my back catalogue in America and Canada.