Relocating to a foreign country is both exciting and stressful. As you establish yourself (and perhaps your family as well) in your new home, feelings of overwhelm, stress, worry, and sadness can set in as you adjust. While these feelings are part of the typical adjustment process, they can be difficult to manage. Seeking support from a psychologist during this time can be beneficial.
Perhaps you have lived abroad for a while and are experiencing emotional difficulties that you would like help with, but you want to work with a psychologist that is a native English-speaker and might better understand your cultural background.
As an American trained and licensed clinical psychologist that works primarily with expatriates, I have the essential skills to meet your treatment needs. In a warm and supportive environment, we will identify and address the challenges facing you. My approach to treatment is individualized, flexible, collaborative, and confidential. Together, we will make use of my numerous clinical training experiences, understanding of current research, and own experiences as an expatriate to provide you with the best available treatment.