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You may be experiencing psychological and emotional distress because of your move to a new city or country for work, study, or other reasons. Culture shock can affect various aspects of an individual's well-being, including their emotional, cognitive, and behavioral responses. Culture shock is not a linear process, and individuals may move through its phases at different rates. Some people may experience more intense culture shock than others, and the impact can vary based on factors such as personality, cultural background, support systems, and the level of preparation for the new environment.
As a therapist, I am here to provide support, guidance, and a culturally sensitive space to explore and navigate the complexities of cultural adjustment. Together, we can work towards embracing the challenges and opportunities that come with experiencing a new culture, ultimately fostering a sense of connection, belonging, and well-being.
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