Living overseas can be among the most exciting and rewarding things we do.
But there are losses...of home, routine, status, and identity. After repeated moves, it may be difficult to know how we fit in. Relationships can also be more difficult as we find ourselves longing for connection but afraid of getting “too” close. We can end up feeling both untethered and alone.
These are normal and understandable experiences of being an expatriate. Fortunately, therapy informed by and focused on the unique experience of living and working abroad can help.
As someone who has lived and worked outside of my home country several times, I understand the life, work, and family pressures facing expatriates, repatriates, and adult 3rd culture kids.
You don't have to do this alone. If you'd like to talk more about your unique situation and how I can help, I hope you'll call me at 202-256-4357.
Psychological care for expatriates, repatriates, and adult third culture kids.
We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next, to find ourselves." Pico Iyer
Gary Brown LCSW
19820 Village Office Court, Bend, Oregon 97702, United States
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