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Costa Rica: Expat Counseling & Psychotherapy

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

Interested in being included in this section. Contact us to discuss partnership opportunities.

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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Healthcare in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is has both public and private healthcare systems. When you become a resident, you must enroll in the public healthcare system (CAJA). Many expats use the public system for routine healthcare and have private expat health insurance for specialists, surgeries and emergencies.

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8 Things to Know Before Having a Baby in Costa Rica

Expats discuss their experiences giving birth in Costa Rica. Topics covered include public (CAJA) hospitals vs. private hospitals,high C-section rates, maternity coverage, dual citizenship, permanent residency for expat parents with babies born in Costa Rica, baby stores and formula options.

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8 Important Tips about Healthcare for Expats in Costa Rica

Expats living in Costa Rica discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in Costa Rica.

Expats living in Costa Rica discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in Costa Rica....

Costa Rica Healthcare FAQ

Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about healthcare and health insurance for expats in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica Healthcare Info

Additional information about healthcare and health insurance for foreigners in Costa Rica.

Expats Report about Healthcare & Health Insurance in Costa Rica

Read recent healthcare reports submitted for: Grecia, Tamarindo and Cortez.

Answer Questions about Healthcare in Costa Rica

Help others moving to Costa Rica by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Costa Rica, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

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An expat mom in Costa Rica talks about her experiences finding a doctor, at the hospital, during childbirth and more.

If you're an expat parent who had a baby abroad, write a report about your childbirth experiences to help other expecting expat parents.

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