The world looks very different from only a couple of decades ago. It has become very common for families to find themselves scattered all across… Read More »An Expat Psychologist; Finding a Therapist Who’ll Understand
The 7 stages of Heroism By Sarah Kopinsky – A little while ago I stumbled upon Steven Pressfield’s book: “No one wants to read your… Read More »Why Change is very Difficult And its outcomes so very Powerful
By Sarah Kopinsky – Most academic disciplines teach students to be critical, objective, lateral, unconventional thinkers who deeply root their work in evidence. I too,… Read More »COVID-19 – How Do we Cope with That Which is Beyond Our Control?
By Sarah Kopinsky – There is evidence that most 3-4-year-old children understand different perspectives and can hold false beliefs (Rubio-Fernandez & Geurts, 2013; Scott, 2017).… Read More »Narrative Therapy – 4 Keys to Become Much Better Story Tellers and Why we Should Care
Expats are tremendous organisational assets By Sarah Kopinsky – According to Doki, Sasahara and Matsuzaki (2018) expats are tremendous organisational assets who help globalize and… Read More »5 Common Global Professional Challenges for Expats
Burnout By Sarah Kopinsky – Burnouts are anything but new. The term was first introduced by Herbert Freudenberger in an article published in Scientific American… Read More »The 5 Most Common Work Stress and Anxiety Issues and What We Can Do About Them.
By Sarah Kopinsky – Romance has always been a point of great collective interest, and rightfully so! In 2014, Landes, Ardelt, Vaillant, & Waldinger contributed… Read More »Three ways we unconsciously choose partners and why