Therapies

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  • Detox your Mind and Transform your Life

    My Mind Master’s Detox your Mind and Transform your Life Breakthrough Program is your pathway to a new life.

    This program will resolve:

    • Health issues
    • Emotional eating
    • Addictions
    • Insomnia
    • Depression and sadness
    • Grief, loss and trauma
    • Phobias and fears
    • Anxiety and stress
    • Relationship difficulties
    • Low self-esteem
    • Career and work-life transition
    • Poor performance (business, studies, work)
    • Lack of motivation
  • Detox your Mind and Transform your Life

    My Mind Master’s Detox your Mind and Transform your Life Breakthrough Program is your pathway to a new life.

    This program will resolve:

    • Health issues
    • Emotional eating
    • Addictions
    • Insomnia
    • Depression and sadness
    • Grief, loss and trauma
    • Phobias and fears
    • Anxiety and stress
    • Relationship difficulties
    • Low self-esteem
    • Career and work-life transition
    • Poor performance (business, studies, work)
    • Lack of motivation
  • Keep Moving Forward

    I am here to support you wherever you are in the world or at any stage of migration you find yourself going through.

     Are you feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, lost, and somewhat desperate? Would you like to have an easier migration journey? Would you like to feel complete and settle much faster in your new area?

      Through the Emotional Support for Immigrants program, I can help you to

    • Improve your own understanding of the decisions around immigration as an opportunity for a new life abroad;
    • Get rid of negative emotions (sadness, depression, loneliness, shame, and anxietythat are blocking your life to achieve your highest outcomes;
    • Break down the “immigrant status” stigma enabling you to experience a more pleasant acculturative e integrative process;
    • Improve your mental and physical health (and your family’s too!);
    • Establish a meaningful social and professional networking system; and
    • Inspire you (settled or in a process of) to believe in yourself; to feel empowered and follow your dreams.

     

    How does it work?

    The Emotional Support for Immigrants can be done in group or individually, face-to-face or online. During the sessions, we will talk about:

    • The real reasons for migration;
    • Motivation;
    • Decision-making;
    • Expectations;
    • Reality; and
    • Struggles and how to overcome them.

    In addition, you will also learn how to

    • Overcome obstacles;
    • Eliminate negative emotions;
    • Achieve a healthier emotional life; Adopt effective problem-solving strategies;
    • Be able to achieve more positive outcomes;
    • Build strong networking; and
    • Achieve success

     

    Face-to-face Group Support

    Number of sessions: Eight

    Duration: Eight consecutive weeks (1x per week)

     

    Online Group Support 

    Number of sessions: Eight

    Duration: Six consecutive weeks (1x per week + 6 quarterly)

     

    Individual Support (Face-to-Face or Online)

    Number of sessions: Twelve

    Duration: Eleven consecutive weeks

     

    Is this program for people going through the immigration process only?

    No, this program brings benefits to individuals who are thinking about migrating, going through the process, and those who have settled but are still having unresolved emotional issues.

     

    What is the best option, face-to-face, online, group, or individual?

    This is up to you to decide. If you like to share your experiences, collaborating with others, and if you are a good listener maybe the group is a good option for you. If you prefer a more reserved session where you can talk about your issues more privately, then the Individual Support may suit your needs.

     Regarding face-to-face or online, it depends on where you are and where I am, too. I normally run face-to-face sessions in Perth, Australia and I am more than happy to come to your city to run the Programme. Please send me an email and we can discuss potential opportunities. Otherwise, online support is a successful alternative.

     

     

     

     

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  • Conscious Parenting Program

    Often, immigrant parents struggle to communicate with their children upon moving to a new country. This phenomenon is known as “intergenerational differences in acculturation”. As per definition, intergenerational  differences in acculturation are a major issue faced by immigrant children and their families.

    The acculturation gap is preceded by economic and social acculturative stressors such as the cultural differences, stress related to the immigration process, role reversal issues, separation of family members, values, and language issues. The linguistic barrier between parents and children becomes li clear evidence of emotional separation, often creating conflict and discord in the family.

    Both immigrant parents and children may experience ongoing hardship living in a liminal state between two cultures. When an immigrant family doesn’t know to deal with the acculturation gap conflict, a plethora of adverse outcomes are easily experienced by all members of the family, producing adverse effects in the parent–child relationship.  The social and psychological impact of the intergenerational differences in acculturation can cause less family bonding, higher cultural dissonance, more family misunderstandings and discrepancies, and behavioural problems.

    Due to the lower quality of the parent–child relationship during the acculturation process, children of immigrant families with high levels of acculturative stress are at risk of presenting antisocial behaviour, conduct problems, and aggressiveness. They may also develop other problems such as depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. Similarly, parents can feel emotionally disconnected and misunderstood; like having constant feelings of sadness, anger, frustration, anxiety, hurt, and disappointment as they perceive their children have no cultural identity with their heritage.

     

    Positive Functioning Outcomes

    Intergenerational differences in acculturation can be minimised and avoided. For this, it is crucial to solve acculturative issues through early intervention, or even before the immigration process as a preventive measure.

    It is essential for parents to understand themselves first, finding the real reasons why migration was an option for the family. For an immigrant family to be able to develop a parent-child relationship in their new land, it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the new culture and to accept cultural differences as part of the family intercultural integration. A strong and positive parent-child bond can improve the family’s adjustment and can serve as a protective component during the immigration process, as well as the child(ren)’s social and psychological development.

    When parents exhibit conscious integrative behaviour, they can teach their child(ren) how to cultivate positive emotions and how to deal with their negative emotions when facing acculturation adversities. It is unquestionably crucial for immigrant parents who want to foster mutual respect between themselves and family members to help their children to find their identity and to teach them how to live a happy life wherever they live.

     

    The Conscious Parenting Support Programme supports immigrant parents to manage and resolve intergenerational conflict, as well as:

    • Getting rid of limiting beliefs and negative emotions that are unhealthy for both themselves and their children;
    • Using suitable tools to provide adequate guidance and awareness to their children; and
    • Help their children to cultivate positive emotions and become confident, enlightened, healthy, well-behaved, and successful in their lives.

     

    This program is suitable for parents of children of any age.

    Remember, children are a reflection of their parents! Be enlightened, and your children will follow you as a role model and example.