Natalie Marby

Licensed and experienced English speaking psychotherapist (non-medical psychological practitioner), offering psychotherapy and counselling for foreigners living in Hamburg, Germany. Specialising in treating typical expatriate mental health issues, such as culture shock (loneliness, homesickness), life transitions and change, feeling disconnected from yourself, confusion, disorientation and frustration, foreign language anxiety (fear of speaking German) as well as anxiety/phobia, depression, addiction, LGBT issues (gender identity, sexual orientation), relationship problems, communication issues, burnout and work related stress, eating disorders, PTSD, body image disturbances, anger management, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorders) and many other mental health issues.

My approach is positive and goal oriented. The therapy method I use is CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), which is a short-term, highly effective psychotherapy that produces clear, measurable changes. 

I am bilingual (half British, half German) and speak English and German fluently and I have over a decade of experience working as a therapist with clients from various countries and cultural backgrounds. My goal is to help members of the international expatriate community to be healthier, happier and live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.  

I offer sessions in-person as well as online or over the phone. My office is located in the district of Hamburg-Eimsbüttel, in the heart of Hamburg. (Please note that I only accept private payment)

For further information, or if you would like to make an appointment, please visit my website, call me on +49 40 46090233 or send me an email. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!