Thursday, April 29 2021
Believe it or not, moving back home can be harder than moving away and most people experience a reverse culture shock. Whether you’ve been gone for two years or for twelve, the move logistics and the emotional aspects can be challenging. Join AAS, Icon Relocation Asia and Dr. Suzanne Anderson of Restorative Community Counselling for an informative talk aimed at helping you understand the various impacts of moving back.
The Zoom link will be provided via email on the day prior to the event.
Free for AAS Members (registration required)
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About the Speaker:
Dr. Suzanne M. Anderson
Restorative Community Counselling
(A service of Restorative Community Concepts)
Dr. Anderson has worked, studied and lived in Singapore since 1999—training and consulting in the areas of social work, living and working cross-culturally, crisis response, and parenting. Suzanne is the Director of Restorative Community Concepts, established in 2001. Suzanne has worked in countries in the region including China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Nepal as well as the Yugoslavia, Canada and the United States. Dr. Anderson received her Masters of Social Sciences (Social Work) from the National University of Singapore and Doctorate of Professional Studies at the University of Southern Queensland.
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