Personal Challenges in Moving to a New Country
How to Help Beneath the Surface
Facilitator: Anne P Copeland
Founder and Executive Director of
The Interchange Institute
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
12:00 PM EDT, 5:00 PM UCT/GMT
Can’t make the webinar live? All registrants also receive access to a 7 day replay.
About the WebinarProfessionals who work with families in global transition have the opportunity to delve into the details of people’s lives, to support their transitions and growth. In this webinar, we will explore several psychological/social challenges people face when moving to a new culture: family dynamics, social support, identity loss and early experience with difference. Using research findings from The Interchange Institute, we will discuss how these ideas can become part of a coaching and/or cultural training conversation.
About the Facilitator
Anne P. Copeland, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and the founder and Executive Director of The Interchange Institute, a non-profit organization focused on the understanding and support of people and organizations in intercultural transition. She conducts research and offers publications, cross-cultural training, training of trainers, and consulting on the process of moving from one culture to another.
Anne was Associate Professor at Boston University for 19 years before choosing to take her work outside academic life. She has written several books and (for more than 20 years) a monthly newsletter on families, culture, and transition. She has completed extensive research pertaining to expatriate adjustment; and has authored over 100 research articles, chapters, and professional presentations.
She developed and delivers the training-of-trainers course, Crossing Cultures with Competence, for experienced professionals wanting to add new ideas and materials into their cross-cultural training toolkits.
Registration for members is free. Non-members may register for $30 USD. Get a full refund of your webinar fee if you sign up for membership no later than February 17, 2016.
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Special Offer for ALL FIGT Members and Webinar Registrants
The Interchange Institute is offering a 10% discount for any of its 2016 Crossing Cultures with Competence Training of Trainers workshops to qualified FIGT Members and those who register for the FIGT Webinar Personal Challenges When Moving to a New Country - How to help Beneath the Surface. This training of trainers workshop is designed to help people put their existing personal, academic and/or professional intercultural expertise to use to deliver high-quality, professional cross-cultural orientations for people moving to a new country. To learn more about these workshops, click here or contact Anne Copeland at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once registered for the webinar, members will be provided a special discount code to apply.