Finding your way again
Everyone loses their way. And although global nomads are great at navigating the world around them, they can get truly lost in their inner world. Whether your foreign adventure was initiated by you, your parents, or a partner, the ordinary ups and downs of life are framed differently for an international adventurer such as you.
Loss, illness, and relational challenges receive an added layer of pain, especially when you get hooked into the trap of ‘positive stinking’ to make this foreign adventure work. Slowly but surely your outer compass becomes skewed. My active listening skills help you to discover why and when you stopped plotting your own true course.
It’s my job to show you that the inner adventure supports the outer. As a fellow globetrotter and international counsellor, it’s been my privilege to help clients reconnect with their inner compass. To help them to optimise their foreign experience and meet their new world with far greater confidence and resilience.
So why not invest in yourself now, so you can feel secure about future adventures. No matter what life brings, you will have the resilience and the confidence to navigate by your own inner compass, curious instead of afraid about where it might take you.
Call or text me on 06 3639 8897 or send me a message on email@example.com.
Most physical and emotional complaints are signals from your deeper self to reconnect and bring inner harmony. It’s a challenge but the rewards are great. So why on earth would you still go through life anxious and lost, listening to what others say, if I can teach you to really start hearing yourself?
A free ‘getting to know each other’ meeting
I invite you to book a free half hour ‘getting to know you’ meeting. Which really is a ‘getting to know Lysanne’ meeting as I feel all prospective clients should have the opportunity to meet with me without any obligation to get a sense of whether I would be a correct ‘fit’ for them. It also offers me the chance to explain how I might help you.
This is how others have experienced the journey: Reviews
I also invite you to get to know me through my writing. My blog-site, Healthy Neurotics, has a lot of articles about life in general and expat/international life in particular.
In an interview with Beth Rogerson for her Therapy Spot podcast I chat to her about my work. Therapy Spot Interview
Personal and professional expat expertise
I am a global nomad who spent 30 years of her life living and working abroad. I pitched my tent in the UK, in Sweden and New Zealand.
I have worked as an international counsellor since 1997 and received most of my training in the UK, first as a counsellor then as a UKCP accredited psychotherapist. In Holland I work as an NFG-registered Psychosocial therapist and part of the mental health and insurance network.
Here are some of the core issues that I have successfully helped clients to turn into opportunities for learning and growth.
- challenging life experiences without the support from home
- living the myth but killing the dream – positive stinking.
- global nomad loneliness and relocation fatigue
- identity challenges through culture, work and intercultural relationships
- cross cultural relationships and parenting
- adult cross cultural upbringing challenges
- accompanying spouse exhaustion