Marriage & Couple Counselling
Finchley London

Is your relationship feeling strained, in trouble or at a stalemate?  Are you struggling to find a solution to your relationship? You know your relationship is important to you, but you can’t stay this way forever.  You know things need to change. You don’t know how.  You just need some help.

Hello there,

If you’re a professional, in your 30s and 40s, and you’re fighting with your spouse all the time and you feel like you’re not yourself. You may have low self-esteem, you’re angry and frustrated all the time but you’ve no idea how to fix the situation. Love now is replaced with anxiety and frustration and you feel miserable. Maybe there’s an affair and there are feelings of betrayal, and unanswered questions why it all happened.  Let’s journey through this difficult time together. I create a neutral space for you where you’ll both feel safe to talk about your innermost feelings without the fear of being judged, blamed or shouted at. A neutral space for both of you to hear one another without feeling scared, overwhelmed, confused or accused.  I’ll help you remember why and what made you fall in love with each other in the first place. To truly overcome the pain and hurt, and to fall back in love all over again. Or find the courage to leave the relationship if that is the right decision for you.

case studies

Eve filed for divorce because for years her marriage had made her loose her sense of self. She was constantly on edge and it was affecting her work. Counselling was advised to her as the 'final call'. They were both open to marriage counselling because so much was at stake. After a long journey, the couple recognised and resolved their issues and decided to remain married. Today they act like teenagers in love to the embarrasment of their own teenagers.
Eve adams
Remmaze's wife found out he was having an affair. During the sessions, they journeyed throuhg the pain together. They understood how it all went wrong in their relationship and started to make changes to heal and mend. Today, they live by the beach and added a new baby girl to their growing family.
Rin was unhappy in her marriage. Even though her husband was a very nice man, she felt so alone. There was no outburst or major fights in their relationship but she felt that although her husband was physically there, he had lost interest in her and their family. Rin wanted her marriage to work but realised that it was better for her to move on. She is now focused on her career and bringing up her children. Her children are happy and feel like they have a mini holiday every weekend with their father.
Her children were happy but Sue felt she did not have her husband bringing up the family with her. She felt tired and alone. She tried to let him now but it fell on deal ears. When Sue had a meltdown did Seth realise there was something wrong. He initiated counselling and made the time to come. Today, Sue has never seen Seth so involved with the children. He plans date nights and family holidays. But they didn't plan to get pregnant again with their third child.
Sue & Seth

My clients above have generously given me permission to share their story with you with the promise I do not use their actual names.*

Having difficulties with your marriage?

If you are having difficulty in your marriage and you would like to see if my approach is right for you, you are welcome to book in a 45 minute free, no obligations, fully confidential call with me.

During this call we will discover

  •  If your marriage would benefit from my approach.
  • Get clarity on what you need to do to make the marriage work.
  • What you might be doing unconsciously that is preventing you from being happy and in love.
  • What you need to do to get back to that happy place where you are both in love again.

What we talk about in sessions

  • Calm down the shouting, turn up the volume of the silent treatment and get unstuck.
  • Find clarity in what you are doing unconsciously that is causing issues that make your arguments spiral out of control, angry, upset or frustrated and correct that.
  • Change unconscious patterns and behaviours to experience a new way of being.
  • Practise new behaviour and communication with me before you do it yourself.

What Happened to Us?

3 Fight patterns every couple should know and what you can do about it.

Ever wondered, why do some couples bounce back from a fight. Some couples get caught in the misunderstanding and get stuck to the point of divorce. And what can you do differently?   I did some research and put what I found in this FREE report. Fill in the blanks below to get your copy.

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Hello there,

I live in London and work as a counsellor in private practice for eight years and four of them as a couples counsellor in Malaysia. Now I have a private practice in Finchley, London.  My first marriage did not work out and ended up in divorce. I know how it feels being stuck in a relationship with no solution in sight.  There was no help for me at that time or did I have someone neutral to talk too to help me figure things out. Since then I have dedicated my life’s work to learning and sharing what makes a good relationship and marriage. I changed my career and became a couples counsellor. To provide that space that I didn’t have. My purpose now is to help couples who feel stuck in their relationship get back to the happy place and remind them why they fell in love with each other in the first place. Or have clarity and confidence to move on to a better place.

I graduated with MSSc in Counselling Psychology.  I trained as a couples counsellor and use Emotionally Focused Therapy and Discernment Counselling in my sessions. I am a member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), The Board of Counsellors Malaysia and Malaysian Marriage and Family Therapy Association.

I am bilingual and both speak English and Bahasa Malaysia fluently. I can understand and speak basic Bahasa Indonesia.  I am a third culture kid (TCK).   TCKs are raised in a culture other than their parents’ or the culture of the country named on their passport for a significant part of their early development years.  This is my superpower because it makes me very sensitive and appreciative of religious, cultural and diversity of couples I work with.

Azah Yazmin MSSc BACP

Couples Counsellor


LL.B (Hons) UiTIM Malaysia

Emotionally Focused Therapy

MSSc Counselling Psychology

Discernment Counselling

MSc Pscyhology (UK) in pursuit

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