“Change is inevitable. Progress is optional.”
- Anthony Robbins
“The body cries out what the soul hushes.”
- Dr Bach
Living abroad can lead to an array of issues which are typical of uprootedness feelings like depression, sadness and anger. Leaving family and friends behind requires a great courage and entails feelings of sadness and/or fear which need to be processed. Psychotherapy is an effective tool to manage situations physical and emotional deatachment; and to assist in the adjustment to a new environment.
Sometimes an event or a certain cause motivates the emergence of these issues (traumatic events), and other times their manifestation appears to be merely irrational. Physical and emotional symptoms can be communicated through pain or discomfort. Their emergence is an opportunity to take care of archaic unsatisfied needs and guarantee full and long-term personal wellbeing.
Any mourning brings an experience of fragmentation of identity, caused by the breakage of an emotional bond. Therapy assists those seeking advice in finding the meaning and significance of the loss, working on all stages of the mourning process to relieve pain and find closure for all outstanding issues.
To reach the desired peace, joy and happiness, it is important to travel the road towards self-knowledge and to achieve your full potential. Like modern medicine, therapy also has a deeply-rooted preventive motive, fostering health without necessarily having to intervene in the illness.