World Travelers

  • Immigrants
  • Expats
  • Diplomats
  • Nomads
  • Study Abroad Students
  • World Schoolers
  • International Families
  • Third Culture Kids

Regardless of what kind of world traveler you are, it's not easy to find a therapist who can see you as you travel from place to place, can understand the lifestyle, and is familiar with the unique issues this can bring.  I offer online therapy in the context of understanding the logistical, legal and emotional considerations of travel and multiculturalism.

World travelers are individuals who live in different parts of the world, experiencing different cultures and being immersed in a variety of environments. You may travel for a variety of reasons, such as adventure, education, work, family or personal growth.  Or perhaps you were born into multiple cultures.

Traveling the world can be a transformative experience that broadens your perspective and enhances personal growth. It can be a wonderful and enriching experience, but it can also be stressful, anxiety-provoking, and challenging.   Psychotherapy can help you develop coping skills and strategies to manage the stresses of travel and adjust to new environments.

In addition, crossing and bridging cultural boundaries can also bring up issues related to personal growth and identity. Being in different environments and experiencing different cultures can prompt you to reflect on your own values, beliefs, and goals in life. Psychotherapy can provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore these issues and work towards greater self-awareness and personal growth.

Furthermore, world travelers may also experience mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, or trauma. Psychotherapy can help you address these challenges and develop skills to manage your mental health while traveling.

Overall, psychotherapy can be a valuable resource for world travelers who want to enhance their experiences and promote their mental health and well-being.