Strengthened by my working experience abroad as a psychologist, I developed a special interest for clients dealing with social and cultural adaptation.
Expats who moved from their country, are engaged in the delicate process of emotional and psychological adaptation to new cultural environments.
This is not a one-choice experience; it is rather a process that lasts for long time, even after you return home.
Expat life is an enriching experience on both intellectual and emotional levels, nevertheless some unforeseen changes or underestimated conditions may temporarily stress your emotional balance.
Discussing your doubts, fears or ambivalent thoughts emerging in your current life represents an opportunity to clarify and prioritize your needs and aspirations
I have worked As a psychologist on health projects in emergency and humanitarian crisis contexts, as part of an international team, with Medecins Sans Frontieres.
I participated to several missions (Pakistan, Liberia, Malta) adapting to the most different contexts.
Through my working experience abroad, I have developed an expertise in dealing with transitional experiences.
A person who chooses to make a radical change will probably deal with the process of emotional and psychological adaptation to new cultural environments.
In my experience, I have witnessed how this unique and deep individual process reveals universal emotional implications among people who moves from and for different backgrounds, purposes, destinations and circumstances leading to this challenging decision.