This chosen life as a cross-cultural worker is full of major international moves, and untold transitions as you, or people close to you, come and go. It certainly adds in a level of stress and instability that many in our home countries never experience. But is it possible to navigate these transitions well? 

In this two-part series, Amber Nicole sits down with each of our therapists at Olive Tree to get their insights on different aspects of international moves / transitions that workers face. There are helpful tools and pastoral reminders in here for every stage – and whether you’re facing one of these transitions now yourself, or care for someone who is, we hope you’ll find this a timely and valuable series to go back to time and and again.

PART 1

This first video is the full part 1 of the series (including all the videos below). We encourage you to watch it through for valuable insights in all of these transition areas, but if you want to jump ahead to just one of these sections, you can watch the individual videos as listed below.

FULL VERSION PART 1 with Lisa Green and Amber Nicole

Moving Abroad with Nick Steffen, LMHC

Planned Transitions on the Field with Lisa Green, LPC-LMHC


Unplanned Transitions on the Field with Lisa Green, LPC-LMHC

Repatriating with Steve Scruggs, Psy.D.

PART 2

FULL VERSION:

KIDS IN TRANSITION with Corinne Gnepf, LCMHC, NCC


SINGLES IN SEASONS OF TRANSITION with Amber Goodloe, LPC

COUPLES IN SEASONS OF TRANSITION with Susan Butler, LMFT, LPC, LMHC

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