I OWN MY OWN INTEGRATION
- description7-module program to help you feel like you belong in your new country or culture
I LEAD MY OWN INTEGRATION
Discover how to integrate and participate in your new reality
This 7-module humanology program focuses on helping those who move to another country or plan to for whatever reason.
Adapting to a new culture and environment is no easy feat. There are many cultural and social differences that sometimes turn the adventure into a real nightmare. Things can be even worse if the move was not a dream but a need.
This special program offers participants a complete understanding of the problems they may encounter and a full set of practical tools.
UNDERSTAND YOUR ANGUISH. MASTER YOUR STEPS. THRIVE
Entering a new community is a difficult task which can be even harder if the local language is not spoken. Dealing with the peculiarities of the culture we're trying to merge in can be an exhausting experience that sometimes leads to anxiety and depression. This program guides you step by step into first understanding the way in which to minimize that sense of alienation to then deploying a complete set of tools to help you integrate yourself in this new world you're in.
Combining theoretical knowledge with life experience and proven methodologies, the two experts offering this program will give you a better understanding of the tasks to face and a stronger grip on the methods to apply in order to fully succeed.
Jessica J. Lockhart is a humanologist, optimism coach and expert in happiness and NLP, author of several books, awarded international speaker and TV and radio hostess.
A globetrotter, she has lived in many cities in 8 countries, speaks several languages, is a mother and wife, loves animals and books and defines herself as a HUMAN BEING first.
Her mission in life is to disseminate humanology in order to help other human beings take action and live the life of their choice.
Dr. Saskia Harkema is a multifaceted personality who holds a doctorate in Social Science and currently works as an independent coach, trainer and researcher for several organizations. She occupies different positions in the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, World Peace Tracts and Female Wave of Change. She also defends human rights, for which she created the Faces of Change Foundation that supports deprived individuals with the goal of helping them become valuable members of society.