thoughts & notes

I recently had the privilege of sitting down with Counseling Today to discuss the complexities, uniqueness and challenges of working with TCKs in a counseling setting. While I do not claim to be an expert on the subject, I do believe that in talking with and hearing from others in the field who are saying similar things, we have the ability to continue to work towards raising awareness for working with TCKs and their families and continuing to work on helping third culture kids find connection, hope and success.


Take time to read the article, provide feedback and let me know what we can continue to do to help.




Wow, what a journey. I first want to say that I am very sorry for not posting in years. Life happened and many things have occurred since I last wrote. We experienced a pandemic, I have changed careers, watched my children grow and have seen and heard from many people from all walks of life. The one thing that has been amazing to see over this time is the number of TCKs, Adult TCKs and their families world-wide that despite the struggles of the day, are THRIVING! To the many families and individuals that have allowed me to walk alongside you in your personal journeys, thank you! You have and continue to inspire me daily to work harder at providing TCK services. I have had moments when I have genuinely wanted to walk away/take a break and you have been the reason why I have continued. I want to encourage you to keep pushing harder and I will as well. I intend to do better updating the blog more frequently and hope to collaborate more with others who can provide some amazing insight and words of wisdom to all who care to listen.


Thank you!

Kurt

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