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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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Contributed by 鶴田 みさ Misa Tsuruta, Ph.D If somebody asks me what the important issues that I would think of in working with expats are, I would definitely list social support among them. Social support is various social resources that you can turn to when you are in need or to reduce your stress, such […]

Contributed by Tina Quick Third culture kids/global nomads have typically interacted with two or more cultures during their developmental years—those years that shape who they are as human beings. As they go about living their normal highly mobile, cross-cultural lives, they have no clue as to how they are being impacted. But one day they […]

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