We offer individual and group therapy for expat kids who are experiencing difficulties with various issues, such as: stress, anxiety, social difficulties, anger, family conflict, etc.
We teach after-school group courses in mindfulness for kids. We combine various evidence based mindfulness programs which bring mindfulness to life.
We offer consultancy services for businesses and private families. Our services include developing programs for expat kids as well as relocation and school choice advice.
The Families in Global Transition (FIGT) Netherlands Affiliate is a welcoming network for globally mobile individuals, families, and those working with them. Kate is co-creators of the FIGT NL Affiliate.
A wonderful site for parents where Kate was able to contribute an article on how mindfulness can be useful for kids who may be “differently wired.”
Kate is proud to be featured in this BBC article on TCK’s.
Kate was quoted in this recent article that appeared on Expatica’s website.
Kate is featured on Amsterdam Mama’s podcast series with tips for how to support children in relocation.
Kate is honored to be featured as a She Dares specialist.
Kate’s interview with Thriving Abroad’s can be heard here.
Listen to Kate speaking on the TiLT Parenting Podcast series.
By Kate Berger, Psychologist, The Expat Kids Club Expatriate children deal with a laundry-list of stress factors that are associated with the dynamic lifestyle they live – e.g., packing, unpacking,...
Child psychologist Kate Berger gives her top tips on how to make sure expat children settle in their new home. It’s very easy to see expatriate children as lucky. Exposed...
This article was written by Alina Dizik for the BBC, and appeared online on 11 May 2015. If the kids are happy, mum and dad are, too. That’s why when it comes...