What to do if you are overwhelmed by deep longing for you Motherland? What to do if the feeling of anxiety does not go away?
Where to find friends and how not to become a social outcast? These and many other questions ask people who moved to a new country.
Emigration can be compared to birth. People come to a new world where everything is alien and unfamiliar. They are stressed, sometimes even shocked. For some people it leads to apathy, for others to aggression and resistance.
All of this makes you want to hide, separate and isolate yourself. Many people try to cope without assistance. But such problems can rarely be addressed single-handedly.
For more than 10 years, I have been working with migrants from post-soviet countries. I provide safe space where every person can inquire into themselves, feeling my support.
You can be fluent in English, French or Arabic, but only the mother tongue lets you express all the nuances of your state of mind.
As a representative of your Motherland, I reach through barriers that clients unconsciously put at the beginning of therapy.
Online counselling allows working with your internal requests at a comfortable time or place for you.
My consultations cost less than similar therapy services in Europe or USA.
By exploring their deepest concerns, emigrants learn to accept their new living conditions and realize their place in the new world. The desire to return slowly disappears. They restore confidence in the future, inner balance and peace, as well as the ability to be open to new opportunities and find pleasure in life changes.