A large percentage of my caseload is people who are working in or have emigrated to Denmark. I have lived in the US, Ireland and India for 16 years and by origin I am half Danish half Bulgarian. So I have experience with the difficulties and challenges you might be facing in a foreign culture or as an ex-pat. I speak fluent English hold a Psychology Degree from Lesley University (Boston, US) in multicultural counseling as well as a Danish degree in Psychology.
Over the years I have worked with people from many cultures, including Americans, English, Irish, Hispanic, Persians, Bulgarians, Russians, Bosnians, Polish, South Americans, Australians, Indians, Pakistanis, Arabs, Turks and Canadians.
As a native English speaker, psychotherapy and counseling in your own language can make the experience easier and more natural for you.
Being a foreigner living in Denmark, many issues may come up including general stress, depression, feeling like an outsider, missing your home country, confusion, loneliness and isolation. Relationship problems may include misunderstandings, miscommunications and cultural disagreements.