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The International Therapist Directory is an online listing of professional mental health therapists familiar with the Third Culture Kid and international expatriate experiences.

With over 300 members, in more than 40 different countries, this resource lists therapists, counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists interested in providing culturally sensitive cross-cultural treatment and care for today’s international expat community.

Expats looking for a local English-speaking therapist, a marriage/relationship counselor sensitive to cross-cultural dynamics, or a psychotherapist attuned to the nuances of a TCK upbringing will find in this site the most comprehensive directory of its kind.

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From the Blog

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Contributed by Lisa Rogers, MA, LPC, LMFT You’ve taken the massive step of moving to an entirely new country, and everyone back home is sure you must be living the dream. So why do you feel like something’s wrong? Expats often perceive themselves as independent people who aren’t afraid of new things. Yet, this same […]

If there is anything the past year has shown us, it is that culturally competent therapists are needed more than ever. A global pandemic, bruising political elections, a social justice reckoning and uncertain economic landscape have brought us here and made it clearer than ever.

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