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Canada: Expat Counseling & Psychotherapy

Expat counselors and psychotherapists provide services to expats who have adjustment and other personal, professional and familial issues while living in Canada. Expat life can be much more rewarding with the help of these trained professionals.

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Expats Counseling (Online)

Expats Counseling (Online)

Being an expat can sometimes be challenging. Factors such as a deficient social support, having to go through bureaucracies and cultural shock may cause or exacerbate symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. Connect with me to book a free 15-mins session and see if online counseling is right for you.

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Richard Brouillette, LCSW

Richard Brouillette, LCSW

Online Psychotherapy for Expats. Training, Compassion, Experience, Humor, Results

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Transitions Therapy International

Transitions Therapy International

Transitions provides Skype psychotherapy, counselling and coaching for English speaking Expatriates and Repatriates worldwide. Office in Brussels for face-to-face sessions.

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