Expat Kids, Stress and Mindfulness

Masterclass for Visibly Engaged Parents

Length: 120 minutes

Format: group video call, survey

Course Description

TOPIC: How to support expat and third-culture kids in reaching their fullest potential using empathy, self-awareness and compassion.

SPEAKER: Kate Berger, MSc is a child and adolescent psychologist, consultant, and the founder of The Expat Kids Club which, since its beginning, has provided counsel to hundreds of youngsters and, their families – as well as major corporations - from the U.K., Germany, Singapore, and the United States.

In addition to her work as a psychologist, Kate is the Co-Founder of the Families In Global​ ​Transition (FIGT) affiliate in ​The Netherlands, on the FIGT Board of Directors, and is a dedicated mindfulness meditation practitioner and certified instructor who teaches mindfulness to young people through the collaborative Mindfulness International. ​

For more information about Kate and the services she offers, please see: www.expatkidsclub.com.

CLASS FEE: This online class is given on a "Pay what you can" basis. We trust that the community will get a great value from the online class and that those who will participate in this class will contribute an amount that they can so we can continue to provide this service.

What are the requirements?

Openness to learn new techniques, willingness to apply new parenting tools and enthusiasm to share with other parents

What am I going to get from this course?

This 2 hour introductory class is intended for parents who would like to understand more about how to deal with stress in Expat children.

Who is this course for?