HOW CAN EXPAT NEST SUPPORT YOU?

  • Consultations via Skype or FaceTime (video or audio only) or telephone

    Consultations via Skype or FaceTime (video or audio only) or telephone

  • 30-minute or 60-minute sessions

    30-minute or 60-minute sessions

  • Professionally qualified and experienced counsellors, specialising in expat-related challenges

    Professionally qualified and experienced counsellors, specialising in expat-related challenges

  • Counselling in several languages

    Counselling in several languages

  • Short-term or long-term counselling, depending on your needs

    Short-term or long-term counselling, depending on your needs

  • Tailor-made approach to suit your way of being

    Tailor-made approach to suit your way of being

  • FREE 15-minute get acquainted chat

    FREE 15-minute get acquainted chat

Expat Nest‘s online counselling service is:

  • ACCESSIBLE: All that’s required for dedicated support is Skype or a telephone. We are just a click away.
  • CONVENIENT: Receive support in the comfort of your own home or environment; no commuting.
  • FLEXIBLE: We offer counselling without borders, supporting expats across countries and time zones.
  • RELIABLE: Because we’re just a click away, we offer stability in a rapidly changing world.

For an idea of the kinds of topics and concerns that people bring to counselling, see expat challenges.

 

 

Expat Nest‘s online counselling services are perfect for:

  • Those with a busy lifestyle. If you are exhausted after work, you may prefer to go online rather than spend more time and energy on commuting.
  • Individuals who travel frequently for work and cannot commit to regular face-to-face appointments.
  • Parents of Third Culture Kids (TCKs).
  • Carers or stay-at-home parents who are unable to take a break from their responsibilities even for a short time.
  • Individuals who live in an isolated area or in an area with few specialised services for expats.
  • Those who live in a close-knit or smaller community in which ‘everybody knows everybody’ and therefore prefer not to talk to the local counsellor.
  • People who have health or mobility issues and would prefer to chat in the comfort of their home.
  • Individuals who struggle with leaving the house or going outside.
  • Those who are not sure about trying counseling, or are not motivated to try face-to face counseling, often find it’s a good first step to receiving professional support.
  • Those who find it easier to open up online.
  • People who fancy online communication/technology and for whom it is a natural part of their lifestyle.