This podcast aims to tell stories about psychologists moving abroad, from registration to cross-cultural challenges, roles and working, moving and adaptation. Guests are interviewed by Dr Pascale Paradis. Pascale also offers reflections about her global migration journey. These stories aim to support other psychologists moving abroad.
In this episode, Terese shares her story about moving during a pandemic from Australia to Qatar. She explores reasons for making a move, as well as lessons learnt. She talks about living in Qatar and adapting to working in an international school.
As part of this episode, Pascale talks about her connection with the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) organisation who support families and professionals experiencing global moves. To connect with this organisation or become a member, find details here - https://www.figt.org
If interested in communicating directly with Terese, here is her email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested in participating in this podcast, contact Pascale at email@example.com
In this episode, Maria, a psychologist from Russia now in Australia, shares her journey and discusses with Pascale her challenges, learning points and strategies to adaptation. She also shares elements of her journey she is grateful for.
If you are interested in Maria's story and would like to contact her, her email address is Maria.firstname.lastname@example.org
To participate in A Psych Moving Abroad Stories podcast, contact Pascale at this email address email@example.com
In this episode, Pascale presents her reflections about vulnerable moments, adaptation styles and finding a tribe. Pascale also talks about her recent attendance and presentation at the FIGT2021 conference.