...and that's why we are there for you.
Living abroad is exciting for you and your family, but living in Indonesia can be a big challenge.
Endless beaches, exotic food, rich cultures and an expat life... that's the expectation. But live may become a daily struggle and stress for you and your family in Indonesia. Traffic jam, permanent noise, the unfamiliar environment, cultural gaps and "odd" behaviors. That's part of daily routine when living in Indonesia.
The Culture is the challenge!
Have you ever heard about "Culture Shock"?
After the first couple of weeks in a foreign country, reality comes very quick that life is not only about a beach.
It is a daily struggle to learn, adapt and cope with a culture which is far different from the once you knew.
Many times the adaptation does not work and that's the pitfall.
You might be running into a culture shock.
Some signs for having a culture shock!
Culture shock is a mental indisposition, which may lead to psychological disorders and serious medical issues.
First symptoms can be:
Increased demand for sleep
Increased demand for sanitation
Eating disorder (to much or avoidance)
Anxiety an distrust against strangers
Frequent over reactions to "normal situations"
Animosity against the "other culture"
Increased alcohol consumption
Untreated, such symptoms can quickly turn into serious illnesses like depressions, delusion, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders.
Psychological Advise & Consultation in Indonesia, in accordance to Western standards is rare, but we have a team of psychologists who are experienced and well-trained to support you and your family.
Contact our psychologist team directly for help and support. Together we find the best way for you.
Simple call us or send us an e-mail for making an appointment.
Ms. Elsesa Diola
+62 812 8646 1061
Do you have questions?
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