Andrew G Marshall

Author & Marital Therapist

About Andrew

Andrew G Marshall is a marital therapist with twenty-five years' experience.

His self-help books include the international best-seller 'I love you but I'm not in love with you' which has been translated into over fifteen different languages.

He also offers private counselling and workshops in London and writes for the Mail on Sunday, Times, Guardian and Psychologies.

Latest News

May 14th, 2014


Andrew has an no vacancies in London or Sussex at the moment but he does have a team of therapists that he recommends.  Andrew’s team also offer skype counselling.  Debby Edwards has availability at 7.15pm on Monday 1st September or 5pm, 6pm or 8.15pm on Tuesday 2nd September. Annette Jones has an appointment available … Continue reading

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Featured Posts

Husband Texting Another Woman? 5 Useful Tips

You want to put your foot down but that will drive the behaviour under ground. However, there are five alternatives if your husband texting another woman.

Ten Golden Rules of Happy Parenting - Part 1

Why perfectionism as a parent will drive you mad and undermine your relationship with your children.

Latest Articles

My husband cheated and had a child
July 23rd, 2014

It’s hard to get over an affair but what if your husband cheated and had a child?It seems like you’ll never be able to put things behind you because there’s a permanent reminder of his infidelity. My husband’s mistress had … Continue reading

Infidelity Support Group London + Ideas to help your recovery
July 18th, 2014

Ten people helped launched the Infidelity Support Group London at The Welsey Hotel near Euston – the maximum size is going to be twelve, so participants don’t feel intimidated by too many or overwhelmed by too few others. Some of … Continue reading

Can a trial separation help a marriage?
May 29th, 2014

So your partner has said ‘I love you but’, has been having an affair or you’ve been arguing so much it’s been affecting the kids. Your partner wants a trial separation but you’re worried that’s just a nice way of … Continue reading

Six signs you need more help getting over an affair
May 23rd, 2014

When you’re in pain, you just want it to be over straight away. However in the rush to feel better, it’s easy to think that if you’re still stuck that your relationship has been irreconcilably damaged rather than you’ve been … Continue reading

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