Feelings of uncertainty, loneliness or depression are often common among UK citizens living abroad. Expat life, although exciting, comes with a set of challenges that might affect one’s health and wellbeing. Online therapy can provide a solution for those struggling to adapt to expat lifestyle.
As people are struggling to cope with life in lockdown and all the stress and anxiety brought by the pandemic, online therapy services are growing in popularity. Most big publications in the UK talk about the surge in online therapy services demand.
Everyone knows relationships take a lot of hard work, and healthy relationships are built with constant improvement and trust. That trusting dynamic can be rebuilt but not alone. When you can’t work issues out between two of you, seeking online relationship counselling online can be advantageous.
Beyond the therapy room, the Gestalt approach is frequently practiced by those whose profession relies on relationship building, particularly those in health, education, and social care. At times of personal difficulty, Gestalt provides a safe, encouraging space to explore difficult feelings and make changes.
Online therapy is easy to access for those living and working in Dubai while they are social distancing. Therapists offer English-speaking psychological care for expats, individuals and couples alike. Therapy from a distance is supportive and highly effective.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many extreme changes to our lives, leading to feelings of stress and anxiety. As people must respect social distancing and lockdown restrictions, attending face-to-face therapy is out of the question. Yet, online psychotherapy may be the solution.