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Experience affordable psychotherapy with video consultation

Experience affordable psychotherapy with video consultation

Dear all,

I’m glad to inform you that I’m introducing the Video Sessions Bundle

In my experience, during the months of autumn and winter, there is an increased need for professional help in regard to issues of depression, stress, anxiety, self-esteem and self-confidence, as well as for people who are highly sensitive and empaths.

I would like to help to enable more people to reach and afford professional help, therefore I offer this new service.

So if you are considering video sessions to start (or carry on) your personal journey and overcome your challenges, keep reading.

The Video Sessions Bundle

From 1st October 2021, you can get a reduced price when you pay in advance for five video sessions.

When you choose to invest in a bundle of five video sessions, you receive a 20% discount off the regular price of a session and pay 800 DKK per session instead of 1,000DKK.

In this way, your price for five online sessions is 4,000 DKK instead of 5,000 DKK. Your total saving is 1,000 DKK.

Why five sessions?

Typically, short therapies are particularly suited to deal with:

I know from experience that five sessions offer the possibility to:

  • have a good understanding of the problem you are facing, and how it affects you, and all facets of your life,
  • come in contact with your feelings, understand and accept them,
  • receive individual tools for your specific problem,
  • get my support in integrating those tools into your daily life and in implementing the necessary changes for your life improvement,
  • develop a good, strong relationship with yourself based on self-respect, self-acknowledgement and self-empowering.

Video sessions are convenient for you if:

  • you are living far away from the clinic, in Denmark or in another country.
  • you are too busy to travel, and instead, you want to use this travel time for the actual meeting,
  • you don’t feel comfortable with travelling or sitting in the waiting room at the clinic,
  • you prefer to take the session from the comfort of your home.

Good guidelines for video sessions

I have been working with video sessions since 2011, and I like working with video as much as with face-to-face sessions.

Video sessions are just as relevant and therapeutic as face-to-face ones. 

To get the best out of your video sessions, I suggest the following simple steps:

  • be ready 5-10 minutes before (just as you would do if you would come to the clinic); this allows you to ground and center yourself and gather your thoughts,
  • be sure you sit comfortably throughout the whole session,
  • have a glass of water, as well as paper and pen at hand.

How does it work?

  • Send an email at or use the contact form below, and I will send you the practicalities about the payment.
  • You can pay the Video Sessions Bundle with Mobile Pay or Bank Transfer, and you will receive the invoice for it.
  • After each session, you will receive a further invoice stating how many sessions you have left and the validity date. 

You will have to use the five sessions within one year from the purchase date. 

This new bundle is available from 1st October 2021 and throughout the winter until March 2022. Existing and new clients can benefit from the Bundle. I reserve myself the right to stop it after that time.

I hope that you will find the Video Sessions Bundle not only time-efficient and financially beneficial, but most importantly, that it will encourage you, or someone you care about, to take a little step on the path to a brighter future. 

With best regards,


A little step can help on the path to a brighter future...​

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Video session with Psychologist Melinda Marton

Online sessions with Psychologist Melinda Marton in December 20

Online sessions in December 2020

Dear all,

I would like to inform you that in December 20 I will be working exclusively with video and telephone sessions.

The reason for this is two-folded: partly because each time we have a client in the clinic who is Corona positive, all of us working at the clinic need to take time out to test ourselves, and that means cancellation of sessions.

The other reason is, of course, that I would like to protect my clients and myself in these challenging and different times. We are all busy in December both work-wise and family-wise and it is therefore important to take extra care of ourselves.

I want to mention that I have the experience and expertise of over 10 years working with online sessions, and they work just as well as face-to-face sessions if we take care of the followings:

  • Make sure you have a small break (ca. 5 min.) between your daily tasks and the session, so you can center yourself and gather your thoughts, getting yourself ready for the session,
  • Prepare a glass of water, as well as paper and pen for your eventual notes,
  • Find a quiet place where you are undisturbed during the session.

To book an online session, just fill in the form at the bottom of this page and I’ll be in touch very soon.

I thank you very much for your understanding and please do contact me with any questions.

With all my best regards,


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Intuitive empaths : positive traits, basic tools and problems

Intuitive empaths’ positive traits, basic tools and problems

Dear all,

I will start this blog by mentioning shortly the wonderful things one can experience, when one is a highly sensitive or/and an intuitive empath. 

I will also mention three of the most important tools you can use as an intuitive empath. 

The last part is a short information regarding issues and problems I am contacted with by intuitive empath as well as highly sensitive clients. 

Empaths have marvellous traits

As an empath, you may:

  • Have huge hearts and the instinct to help others in need or who are less fortunate.
  • Sense another person’s vitality.
  • Be a dreamer and an idealist.
  • Be passionate, deep, in touch with you emotions, and compassionate.
  • Be intuitive, spiritual, and can sense energy.
  • Have a special appreciation for the natural world and feel at home there. 

Source: Judith Orloff, M.D.

Basic tools for grounding, centering and protection

The Grounding and Earthing Visualization

In a quiet space, visualize a large tree with a strong trunk that extends down the center of your body from head to toe. Visualize the tree’s roots growing from the bottom of your feet, making their way deep into the earth, providing a comforting sense of solidity. Take a few moments to feel this power and grounding energy. 

The Three-Minute Heart Meditation

Close your eyes. Take a few deep breaths and relax. Then place your palm over your heart chakra in the middle of your chest. Focus on a beautiful image you love such as a sunset, a rose, the ocean, or a child’s face. Feel the love building in your heart and body. Let this loving feeling soothe and refresh you. Toxic energy leaves your body as you are purified with love. 

Shield Yourself at Work

In stressful work situations—or if you’re picking up a coworker’s energy and emotions—picture a shield of white light all around you that protects you and allows in only what is positive. This strategy ensures that you don’t absorb your clients’ or coworkers’ stress. 

Source: Dr. Judith Orloff, ‘The Empath’s surviving guide, Life strategies for Sensitive people’

Problems and issues, my empath or highly sensitive clients can contact me with

In my clinical practice, I work daily with empath’s and clients with high sensitivity.

Some of the clients know they are highly sensitive or empaths and ask for help regarding personalized skills in order to improve their life quality. Others contact me as result of a very challenging relationship with themselves, anxiety, stress, depression symptoms, and a general feeling of overwhelm. 

Some clients are not aware of their own sensitivity levels. They contact me with stress, or depression symptoms. Very often clients experience physical pain, where health tests fail to show any result, and they are sent to a psychologist to find the emotional source for it. 

Other empath clients have problems with negative coping mechanisms as drinking, eating disorders, overeating, OCD as result of the emotional pain (and constant thinking) they carry around and they miss the feeling of inner peace.

Problems at work, with friends, within the family and relationships, can also often be caused by the fact that the client is an empath or has high sensitivity. 

Another big group of clients are experiencing self-esteem and self-confidence issues, feeling lonely and having the general feeling that the whole world is against them.

The work with all these clients is centered around

  • skills to set boundaries with others,
  • tools to stop absorbing the energy and emotions of others,
  • and, very importantly understanding and respecting themselves and what they need individually (clients learn to stop comparing themselves with others).

HSP and Empaths learn in this process, to understand and to value their own resources and skills. They will learn to embrace these resources and understand the benefit of these for themselves and the others around them. 

With all my best regards,


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Discover how you can practice Shinrin-Yoku, Forest-bathing

Discover how you can practice Shinrin-Yoku, Forest-bathing

Dear all,

I love nature generally, but my absolute favorites have always been the beautiful forests and woodlands. They remind me of my childhood and the privilege of growing up so close to nature.

It makes me so happy to experience the increased respect and positive focus nature and forests receive now days. It is wonderful to read about an increased number of studies and relevant research focusing on the health benefits of walking in the forests and being around trees.

I hope you will enjoy the following information as much as I did ☺.


Shinrin-Yoku, or Forest-bathing

The origins of the term

Shinrin means forest in Japanese and yoku means bath. So Shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere, taking it through your senses. This is not exercise, jogging, or hiking, it simply means being in nature and connecting to it through the senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch.

The term was invented in 1982 by the then-director-generalof the Forestry Agency of Agriculture, who stated that the country’s people were in need in healing through nature. It was connected to a campaign of protecting and respecting the forests. The idea was based on the assumption that if people were encouraged to visit the wilderness for their heath, they would be more likely to want to protect and look after such areas.

Based on the results of forest-bathing studies, there are now 62 certified forest-therapy centers in Japan. It is estimated that between 2.5 and 5 million people walk the forest trails every year. Shinrin-yoku has become standard practice, a way Japanese people look after their health.

Studies and research

Today there are several studies on the beneficial impact of the shinrin-yoku. These studies suggest that even two hours of ‘forest bathe’ will help you to unplug from technology and slow down. As when you connect to nature through your senses you begin to draw on the vast array of benefits the natural world provides.

Researchers at the Stanford University discovered that walking in nature help us to stop brooding on our problems. The study was conducted on a group of students who took a series of mood assessments before and after walk. One half of the group went to a green part of the university, the other part walked around a busy road with heavy traffic. The results showed that walking in nature alleviates the feeling of anxiety  and other negative emotions, and that it increases positive thoughts.

Another relevant study found that, walking anywhere (urban or natural setting) reduced reported scores of anxiety, depression, anger and confusion. However, it was only walking in the forest environments that had a positive effect on vigor and fatigue. Interestingly, two ours walk in the woods had a similar effect on mood scores as longer excursions.

The benefits of forest walks:

Lowers stress levels

When we are anxious or under stress, we release a hormone called cortisol. This hormone, when released constantly, can disrupt the body’s processes, therefore people who produce high cortisol levels are at increased risks of numerous health problems. Researches show, that ‘forest bathing’ helps to lower the stress hormones cortisol as well as adrenaline. Additionally, it helps to suppress the sympathetic nervous system (the ‘fight or flight’ part that makes your heart beat faster and blood pressure rise) and enhances the parasympathetic (‘rest-and-recover’) part.

Supports the immune system

As well as having a higher concentration of oxygen, the air in the forest is also full of phytoncides, which gives them their distinctive aroma and smell. Phytoncides are the natural oils within a plant and are part of the tree’s defense system. Trees release these oils in order to protect themselves from bacteria, insects and fungi, as well as they are part of the communication pathway between trees (the way trees talk to each other). Evergreen trees such as pine trees, cedars, spruces and conifers are the largest producers of phytoncides. Studies show that exposure to phytoncides significantly decreases levels of stress hormones and therefore helps to reduce levels of tension, anxiety, anger and hostility, fatigue and confusion. Research also shows that phytoncides could increase the numbers and activity of natural killer (NK) cells in the body (which play a critical role in the immune system), as well as enhancing the activity of the anti-cancer proteins.

Improves sleep quality

Studies show that you sleep better when you spend time in a natural environment, even when you don’t significantly increase the amount of physical activity you do.

How you can practice Shinrin-Yoku

You can ‘forest-bathe’ whenever there are trees – in rain, sunshine ans snow. It is important not to hurry through the woodlands, as walking slowly will keep your senses open, to notice the things around you and smell the forest air.

Listen to the birds singing, animals roaming and the breeze rustling the leaves of the trees.

Look at the different shades and the sunlight filtering through the branches.

Smell the fragrance of the forest and inhale the natural aromatherapy of phytoncides.

Taste the freshness of the air, by taking long, deep breaths.

Feel the textures in the forest; place your hands on the trunk of the trees, deep your fingers and toes in a stream or lie on the ground.

Drink in the flavor of the forest to release your sense of joy and calm. This is your sixth sense.

You can read more about the beautiful, relaxing practice of ‘forest-bathing’, in the following book:

Into the Forest: How Trees can Help You Find Health and Happiness’, by Dr. Qing Li (associate professor at Nippon Medical School in Tokyo, who has spent 13 years researching shinrin-yoku).

With my best regards, 


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