Are you struggling to deal with culture shock?
If we don’t deal with culture shock it can affect our sense of belonging
We provide you with training to improve your knowledge on how to deal with culture shock and redefine your sense of belonging in the new land.
Specific programs are available for migrants to interact with locals, bridge the gaps and learn more about the history and context of the host country and in turn, share their culture and history.
Cultural events play an important role in the adjustment experience:
Workshops & Seminars
Addressing culture shock is about adjusting to change
The content aims to cover topics such as the origin of culture, the impact of culture on our identity, and sense of belonging
Group sessions are interactive and dynamic.
I am passionate about understanding how migrants engage in cultural transition and reinvent their identity and sense of belonging while living in a foreign land
Topics I Discuss
Relocation can bring both relief and cross-cultural challenges to many refugees.
International Student Relocation
Temporary migration requires cross-cultural training.
Work Assignment Relocation
Successful cross-cultural awareness and support help expatriate employees succeed in the assignment overseas.
Helping spouses adjust to their new environment is an important part of the expatriate employees’ successful adjustment to a new country.
Belonging and Identity
Relocation disrupts a migrant’s sense of belonging and identity in the new place.
Belonging is a human right regardless of your Visa status or where you came from.
Where is home
The question of where is home is very difficult for many migrants who are finding themselves living in a place away from home.
Parenting in a different cultural context can be challenging.
Migrants in the community
It is important to help bridge the gap between the migrant, organizations, and society.
What Clients Are Saying