As an immigrant myself, I’m familiar with constantly feeling a little out-of-place. When you live a fragmented life with competing cultural values, it can be hard to cultivate a sense of freedom & contentment.
My goal is to help you find an integrated self, growing into a sense of cohesion and peace. Let’s get out of second-guessing yourself in social interactions, and learn instead to accept and even enjoy the complexity of your unique identity.
A third culture kid (TCK), someone who has spent a significant part of their developmental years outside their parents’ culture, may have a unique perspective when it comes to seeking therapy. The experience of growing up in multiple cultures can contribute to a complex and multifaceted identity, which may impact their feelings about therapy in various ways.
In essence, a TCK’s approach to seeking therapy is likely influenced by a desire for understanding, cultural sensitivity, and the creation of a safe space where their unique experiences are not only acknowledged but also integrated into the therapeutic process.
If you’re ready to get started, just click below to schedule your free intro call with me.
We’ll work together to understand your history and how it’s impacting your current circumstances. Therapy will feel like a conversation, where we get to know who you are under the layers of various cultural influences
For many immigrants and third culture kids, the ease and convenience of online therapy works well, especially if you’re living between different countries. The flexibility of online therapy is ideal if you’re living a global lifestyle. We also offer in person therapy in London, UK.
At Anam Cara, we use HIPAA compliant GoogleMeet for all our virtual therapy sessions.
Our fees are currently $180 per 50 minute session. There is a sliding scale available through Open Path Collective.