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Are You….


-Feeling scared in your relationship?

-Wondering if you should stay or should you go?

-Being continually pulled into court by your partner?

-In a divorce that is taking over a year?


Dr. Anne is a specialist psychologist in high-conflict relationships and trauma. She has helped hundreds of clients just like you.


Dr. Anne’s Story

It’s hard to say when the last straw came. There were so many. So many stupid, little arguments that seemed to wash over me – or maybe more accurately drown me. The relentless negative atmosphere, being told I was worthless, being raged at when I asked for help or support. Feeling that I was the loneliest I’d ever been in my life, stuck in the middle of my dreadful marriage. 

Why Dr. Anne?

“I recommended Anne to one of my clients who was suffering a traumatic divorce with abuse and domestic violence during many years. She is extremely professional, and I saw an improvement in my client’s situation from the first session with her, which also helped me in dealing with the divorce case. I recommend her without a doubt.”

Inmaculada Albinana Luján, International Lawyer

Why Dr. Anne?

“Dr. Anne is one of the most profound psychologists we at Kamara Youths have the pleasure of working with. Our youths are vulnerable, and Dr. Anne’s method of working with individuals is brilliant. You are a phenomenal human being, and we are grateful for your service.”

Unisa Kamara, Founder of Kamara Youths. International speaker and Youth Advocate Warrior

Why Dr. Anne?

“Just when I think I can’t take this nightmare of a divorce any longer, Dr. Anne steadies me again and I find the strength to carry on. Her support has been invaluable. Without it, I would struggle to maintain the courage to stand up for myself in this abusive and demeaning situation. Thank you Dr. Anne!”

Anna M, Business Owner and client in high-conflict divorce

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