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  • 17 Oct 2017 2:20 PM | Anonymous

    In this Update Member Care Associates focus on the wellbeing and effectiveness (WE) of staff in the humanitarian sector. Organized into six topics, the sample of 50 resources are a mixture of current, core, and classic materials over the years. Several are translated into different languages.


  • 07 Sep 2017 5:12 PM | Anonymous

    Read Stacey Arsenault's article explaining the 5 dimensions of self-care.

    Stacey is a Health and Wellness coach supporting clients transition to a new culture or make healthy lifestyle changes. Find out more at www.staceycoaching.com

  • 07 Jun 2017 2:50 PM | Anonymous

    The only book currently on the market on how to counsel Adult Third Culture Kids and expatriates. The reader will better understand who are TCKs, how to work with them on issues of identity, unresolved grief, loss and rootlessness. 

    Buy it now in the FIGT Online Bookstore


  • 07 Oct 2015 12:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    This book is about the psychological impact of expatriation and how living in another country touch deeply identity, family connexions and social relationships. Book in French.

    If you want to know more about this book, you can check : http://www.intelligence-nomade.com/produit/

  • 12 May 2014 12:46 PM | Deleted user

    Mixed Blessings: A Guide to Multicultural and Multiethnic Relationships by psychotherapists, Harriet Cannon and Rhoda Berlin, explores what it means to have a foot in multiple cultures or ethnicities and gives practical guidance.

     

  • 11 Feb 2013 9:00 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe draws on her book "Homeward Bound: A Spouse's Guide to Repatriation" to discuss why international transition experts believe repatriation—the day a family returns to their 'home' culture—should be factored into orientations from day one.

    Click here for video.
  • 11 Feb 2013 8:59 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe stresses that every marriage which is uprooted experiences shifts in relationship dynamics for reasons that cross borders and cultures.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 8:58 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe makes the distinction between the culture shock of a new country or continent and the culture shock of changing family dynamics. She stresses that each family member may be at a different stage of adjustment on any given day.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 8:56 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe identifies in broad strokes the major challenges of a family's international relocation and how inter-related are the major themes of expatriation and repatriation.

    Click here to learn more.
  • 07 Feb 2013 10:17 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe talks about the universality of the challenges facing the globally, mobile expatriate family, stressing that international relocation is as much about emotional issues as practical ones.

    Click here for video.
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