People choose to move to a different country for different reasons. Love, work, adventure, desire to change, wish to try something different, somewhere different.


No matter what your reasons are, living abroad can be challenging.


Homesickness, isolation and loneliness, feelings of guilt and resentment, difficulties in adapting to change are some of the painful feelings that can interfere with your daily life.

Whether you have just arrived or you have been living in your adoptive country for a number of years, there are times when you can experience discomfort and uneasiness.

Being able to tell your story and feeling heard and understood can be the first step to help you to move forward.

During a counselling session with me you will have the opportunity to pause and try to clarify what direction you would like to take, identify your strengths and accept your weaknesses.

My role is to guide you along this path, helping you to recognise your values and establishing accessible goals with the aim to live a rich and meaningful life.



When a person realises he has been deeply heard, his eyes moisten. I think in some real sense he is weeping for joy. It is as though he were saying, “Thank God, somebody heard me. Someone knows what it’s like to be me.”

Carl Rogers