I am a native English speaking marital therapist in Berlin and the author of twenty self-help titles.
The best-known is I Love You but I’m Not in Love with You which has sold over 100,000 copies and has been translated into fifteen plus languages. The German edition is called Ich Liebe Dich Noch, Aber…
If you have questions, want to book a session to discuss your situation or simply find out more about my thirty-five years experience as a couples therapist then please visit my new Couples Therapy in Berlin website.
Alternatively you can use the form below to enquire about times and availability.
My specialities are falling out of love and recovery from affairs but I have thirty-plus years experience dealing with couples and individuals on all relationship issues.
I would be surprised if you came up with something that I haven’t seen before. I am particularly experienced in the problem of being an ex-pat and the impact on your relationship.
I offer weekly sessions for couples or individuals (who wish to reflect on their relationship) at Wielandstrasse 14 Berlin 10629. It is close to Savignyplatz S-Bahn station.
I trained with Relate (The UK’s largest couple counselling charity) and practice a combination of psychodynamic and systemic approaches.
In practice this means, I am interested in the underlying issues from the past that caused your relationship problems but focus mainly on improving the situation today.
I have lots of exercises and techniques for improving communication between you and your partner, as demonstrated in the video above.
Please use the contact form below and my practice manager will be in touch.
Price on application.
I work on a standard therapy hour which is fifty minutes with the rest of the time used for practical matters (for example upcoming holidays etc).
It all depends on the complexity of the issues and how deep you want to look. I will be happy to give some sort of estimate at the initial assessment.
I speak basic schoolboy German and therefore work only in English.
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During the Coronavirus pandemic with many of us having to go into lockdown, relationships can be under even greater strain.
Online video counselling (by Skype, Zoom or Whereby) is an excellent alternative to traditional face-to-face therapy – and we have a team of fully trained couples therapists who are experienced in delivering it.