Joshua Wood, LPC
Mr. Wood joined Expat Exchange in 2000. Prior to Expat Exchange, Joshua worked for NBC Cable (MSNBC and CNBC
Primetime). While working for NBC, he researched opportunities for MSNBC to
expand its cable audience via the Internet, provided assessments of network and program performance and tracked major news events.
Joshua first worked on the Internet in 1997 for StorageTek's Customer Resource Center, an online community that provides clients with support. His previous
positions provided him with experience in public relations, advertising and creative services. In addition to Expat Exchange, Mr. Wood is also a licensed counselor and psychotherapist at the Cambridge Professional Center in Morristown, NJ.
Joshua received his Master's Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BA from Syracuse.
Mr. Wood has provided insight into expatriate issues for The New York Times,
The Wall Street Journal, The International Business Times and other publications.
Connect with Joshua on LinkedIn.
In the News
The New York Times: Not Happy With the Candidates? Try Out a New Country
The Wall Street Journal: What to Expect When You're Expecting in Abu Dhabi...or Zambia
The International Business Times: 4th Of July As Celebrated By Expats: Independence Day For Independent Americans
Some of Mr. Wood's Articles
Expat Survey: France Ranks Highest Among Expats
Surveys and reports conducted by Expat Exchange, including during the COVID-19 pandemic, indicate that expats in France are more satisfied with their expatriate experience than any other country in the world.
10 Best Countries for Expats
Expats around the world shared their opinions of what it's like to live overseas in our Best Places to Live 2020 Survey. Here are the 10 countries that came out on top. It's a must-read for anyone thinking about moving overseas or becoming a global nomad.
Expat Survey: Ecuador Highly Rated By Expats
Expats have loved living in Ecuador for a long time, and that trend continues according to expats who responded to our "Best Places to Live in 2020" survey. Read on to see how satisfied and read some quotes about what it's like to live there.
Expat Survey: Expats in Portugal Are Loving Life
Not surprisingly, expats in Portugal are very happy with the quality of the expat experience they enjoy on the Iberian Peninsula. Read on to see how satisfied and read some quotes about what it's like to live there.
You're Not Too Old To Live Abroad
Who doesn't want to get out there and see the world? So many of us put off the prospect of moving overseas until later in life, and that shouldn't keep you from considering retiring abroad.
Lisbon is the capital and largest city in Portugal, which is one of the most popular countries for expats in Europe. You'll find basic information to help you get acquainted with Lisbon and what it has to offer.
Now is the Time To Dream of Living Abroad
People all over the world dream of being an expat. Living in another country is an experience unlike any other, and now is definitely the time to explore what it would mean to take the plunge.
Healthcare in the Czech Republic
Important information about healthcare in Czech Republic, including health insurance requirements, quality of healthcare and more.
Are Expats Running Out of Supplies?
We surveyed expats and asked if they are running low on supplies abroad. The responses are varied and seem closely tied to the progression of the pandemic in each country.
Health Care in New York City
New York City is widely regarded as one of the best places in the world for specialized health care. Here are some important medical resources for expats living in New York City.
Healthcare in Boston
Expats in Boston have access to excellent healthcare and hospitals attached to the best medical schools in the world. As with other parts of the U.S., it's imperative to know your coverage before you access any kind of care or purchase prescription medication.
Healthcare in Washington, DC
Expats in Washington, D.C. have access to excellent healthcare. As with other parts of the United States, it's imperative to know your coverage before you access any kind of care or purchase prescription medication. Lists of D.C. hospitals and pharmacies included.
Healthcare in the US
Expats in the United States have to navigate one of the most expensive health systems in the world. However, when properly navigated, the quality of care is excellent when compared to the rest of the world.
Anyone moving to Washington, D.C. is bound to have a lot of questions about what it's like to live in the capital of the United States. Cost of living, healthcare, transportation and much more is covered in this introductory article.