This chapter discusses from the perspective of two therapists who work as a co-therapy team with a couple. It attempts to elaborate the multiple invisible matrices, the multiplicity of internal worlds as they interact, intersect and come to play in the analytic space. The chapter consists of each of the individuals having their own therapist with whom they meet once a week. Using a co-therapy team/couple enables the couple to encounter a relationship that is different from their own. Couples often come into therapy dancing a very reactive tango, which ever way one moves the other responds, with no space to think. Boundaries are further complicated by the presence of two individual therapists for the children. One of the couple therapists serves as a co-ordinator for the children's therapist. Related to the holding environment but not synonymous with it is the therapeutic container.