Sometimes we have the impression that we are stuck. Talking to a trained counsellor can help to get us unstuck and move forward. I am trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a therapy approach that I started to adore during my training. I have (so far) specialised in ACT and ACT for Grief and Loss to even better support expatriate families on the move who are exposed to a tremendous amount of losses and grief.

I work with any adult or young adult affected by transitions and mobility – parents of Third Culture Kids, older Third Culture Kids and Adult Third Culture Kids, but really anybody who thinks I can be of support.

If you are a parent who is transitioning with your children and you feel overwhelmed by the challenges and the life it creates, I am here to listen and help you work out your values and live according to your values.

If you have grown up in several cultures due to your parents´ careers and you do not know the answer to the question “Where are you from”, I can help you reflect on your past.

My passion is not only preparing parents for their joint global journey with their children with preventive tools and knowledge. My concern is also to help and support adults who have grown up as Third Culture Kids. The implications of the challenges of a globally mobile childhood might only reveal themselves in adulthood: depression, identity confusion or a feeling of not belonging. You are not alone in this journey – you can overcome any challenges and benefit from your global experience and your unique skills.