Children who spend a significant part of their developmental years outside their parent‘s culture are also known as Third Culture Kids.
During their international childhood they have the unique opportunity to immerse into different cultures, learn several languages, and appreciate diversity.
- What kind of impact will this kind of mobile childhood have on their lives?
- Will they develop a sense of identity and belonging?
- Will they be resilient (enough) to master the many ups and downs this kind of life entails?
In this workshop we‘ll look at strategies that help your children develop strength to cope more effectively with challenging situations and you will find out how you can best support your children during their international childhood.
Workshop: International Childhood
Date: Monday 2 May 2016, 10:00-12:00
Location: Van Vredenburchweg 42, 2282 SJ Rijswijk
For more information and to register, visit Ute’s Expat Lounge.
Ute Limacher-Riebold is a lifelong expat and a professional Consultant, Coach and Trainer for Internationals, mainly accompanying partners, and their families. At Ute’s Expat Lounge she helps internationals fully embrace and enjoy their life abroad.
Her expertise lies in verbal and non-verbal communication, bilingualism and intercultural communication (i.e. the interaction between people from different cultures).