Christopher MacGovern, MSc Systemic Family Psychotherapist
BACP Member/UKCP Member
Location: London, England
Phone: 07500 582 526
Email: expat-services@macgovern.net
Website: www.macgovern.net/1.html
Nationality: Irish
Languages Spoken: English
Religious Affiliation: None
Clinical Specialties: Psychological adaptation of expatriate families. Couple and Family relationships.
Cross-Cultural Experience: Doctoral researcher (Middlesex University) into emotional/psychological support for corporately relocated families, in particular clinical interventions to support following partners.

Drs. Peter Muyres, M.Sc., M.A. MPhil., PhD. researcher
Location: London, United Kingdom / Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 6 38335043
Email: info@cultureclass.org
Website: www.cultureclass.org
Nationality: Dutch
Languages Spoken: English, Dutch, German
Religious Affiliation: No religious affiliation in particular. Familiar with religion related counseling requests and integrating religion as a resource in treatment.
Clinical Specialties: Culture Class offers coaching and counseling for expats and TCK’s, and intercultural training and consultancy to people working in health care, business and education. As an open network organization, Culture Class is based on consultation and collaboration with experts from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds across nations. Counseling sessions are also based on this approach: ‘I am because we are’. Issues we deal with: depression, panic, social anxiety, phobias, stress, trauma recovery, bereavement, relationship and family issues, lack of self esteem or loneliness, expatriate and repatriate adjustment, life stage transition (entering parenthood, adulthood, career shift), parenting, personality, personal skills (negotiation, leadership, presentation skills). Clinical approaches include (and usually integrate) mindfulness, compassion focused therapy, creative therapies, interpersonal, transcultural, systems, and cognitive behaviour therapy. Even parts of training programmes may be included to provide you with the effective and person tailored solutions you need.* N.I.P. and N.V.R.G. approved training completed. * Skype/phone sessions available.
Cross-Cultural Experience: Extensive ethnographic field research in the United States, the Caribbean, India, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Spain has contributed much to an in depth understanding of how cultural conditions, shifts in culture, and transitioning between cultures affect people in their everyday life. Languages spoken on a daily basis are Dutch, German, and English. Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian, I speak less frequently. I am most familiar with the cultures of Brazil, China, Morocco, Surinam, Switzerland, Thailand, and Turkey and the ones already mentioned.

Joseph Poullis Health & Care professions council member and Chartered Counselling Psychologist approved by British psychological society
Location: London, England
Phone: 07500016004
Email: info@thepsychotherapy.co.uk
Website: www.thepsychotherapy.co.uk
Nationality: British and Greek
Languages Spoken: English and Greek
Religious Affiliation: none
Clinical Specialties: Anxiety, depression, relationship issues, sexuality
Cross-Cultural Experience:

Teri Sand, MEd (U of Cambridge), MA Couns/Psych, BA, DipCouns, WCPCert, PGCert, MBACP
Location: London, England
0755 726 1432 or 0044 7557 261432 (Outside UK)
Email: teri@transitionstherapyinternational.com
Website: www.transitionstherapyinternational.com
Nationality: USA, however, all of my training and credentials are European, primarily British – hence, a British qualified therapist.
Languages Spoken: English
Religious Affiliation: Spirituality
Clinical Specialties: Multi-cultural English-speaking expatriate individuals, couples, adolescents and families from various countries. My modalities are Client-Centred, Phenomenological, Experiential and Existential.
Cross-Cultural Experience: I am a British qualified humanistic therapist. I lived in America for well over two decades and England for nearly 17 years prior to accompanying my husband to the to the tri-border region of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Most recently, my husband and I have moved back to England. I have first hand experience of raising Third Culture Kids. As a therapist and an expatriate, I have an understanding of the problems and range of emotions people may encounter within relationships, family dynamics, expatriation, foreign educational systems, repatriation and the empty nest stage of life. Skype telephone/video sessions are available for anyone living outside of London, stationed in a remote part of the world or experiencing difficulty leaving his or her home.