Have you decided to study abroad? Is this your first time so far from home? Or perhaps your first time in another country?
Are you living with roommates from other cultures or perhaps with a family who speaks little English?
Perhaps you already meet with a therapist regularly and would like to continue with someone in the same time zone and is a native English speaker?
You are adventurous, curious, and courageous. Studying abroad is a life-enriching experience. It allows you to embrace life in a different culture, travel and explore, and perhaps master another language — all while building confidence and competency.
It also brings many challenges, such as homesickness and loneliness, bureaucracy frustrations, and lost-in-translation moments. As exciting as it is, it can be daunting to make new friends and to adjust to new living arrangements, a new schedule, and different class requirements.
Your time abroad is likely relatively short — four to eight months — and you want to avoid spending it anxious and stressed. Mia can help you adjust to life abroad and assist you in enjoying the experience to the fullest. With her assistance, you can create a life-changing experience that leaves you with memories of a lifetime.
If you want to make the most of your study abroad experience, contact Mia to learn how she can help.