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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Teri

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Brussels Belgium

British qualified therapist Teri Sand, MEd (University of Cambridge, England), MA Couns/Psych, BA, DipCouns, PGCert, WCPC, MBACP

Teri is a British qualified humanistic psychotherapist and the principal of Transitions Therapy International. Her specialism is working with Expatriate and Repatriate clients from around the globe. In addition to face-to-face sessions - distance therapy is available via Skype throughout the world.

Teri's professional experience includes working as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach with adults, adolescents, couples and families in a variety of contexts. She has worked with many cross-cultural clients such as expatriates, repatriates, military personnel, humanitarian aid workers, employees of international companies, foreign students and third culture kids. She has provided therapy in community counselling agencies, private practice, employee assistance programmes, British schools and for Military personnel. Teri has a great deal of experience working with a variety of clients suffering from various emotional and psychological problems including, but not limited to, relationship difficulties, depression, bereavement, bullying, post-traumatic stress, and suicidal ideation. She has worked with multi-cultural expatriate clients with a variety of backgrounds from around the world.

Counselling and therapy provide an opportunity to sit with someone who will be fully present for you. It is an opportunity to feel heard, understood, accepted and valued while sharing your intimate thoughts and feelings without being judged or criticised. Through the exploration of perceptions, individuals can begin to understand their experiencing and discover meaning for themselves. The therapeutic process is an opportunity for individuals to recognize that they have choices and those choices can effect change in their relationships, behaviour and lives. Teri's philosophy in essence, is to help people explore their difficulties, discover new insights and transition to a more resourceful way of living and being.

Depending on your insurance policy, your provider may pay for some or all of the cost of your sessions.

Please visit www.transitionstherapyinternational.com for more information.

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