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Relationship problems? Help is at hand
ARE you in the loving and fulfilling relationship you want to be in?
Each failed relationship leaves us feeling vulnerable, insecure and scared to try again for fear of being hurt.
When we do have the courage to try again, often our own fears of abandonment, lack of self-esteem and doubts will surface.
Relationships can be wonderful, or they can dredge up terrible feelings and emotions of insecurity which affect our quality of life and ability to function at our best.
Deciding to trust someone or committing to a serious relationship can be daunting, especially if you’ve been let down, or you’ve seen friends or family have disastrous relationships.
Hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) allow you to make small changes to the way you think in order to change the way you feel, putting you in control.
You may be at the end of a relationship or wondering how to make it work, feeling devastated, confused or helpless.
You may feel lost, hollow and isolated or even unable to put a name to the feelings experienced. Those feelings can be lifted very quickly with the highly effective methods used at Marlborough House.
We are committed to giving you the help and support you need to get your life moving in the right direction.
Nabeeh Marar is a friendly and very experienced therapist using hypnotherapy and some of the new energy methods to help you overcome your fears and reclaim your self-confidence and self-esteem.
We work with individuals, couples and families. Book in for a free chat to discuss how we can help.
A visit to Marlborough House and Mr Marar can make the biggest difference to the rest of your life. To make the change, email email@example.com or call 01823-272227.
- MARLBOROUGH House welcomes counsellor and psychotherapist Gillian Solomon, who is an experienced, skilled and empathetic therapist.
She uses a strength-based model in which clients are active with more of a focus on their capabilities than their deficits.