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#054: Mental Health In A 'Global Nomad's World' | Daniela Tomer Migratory Patterns

    • Philosophy

Daniela Tomer, founder of Global Nomad's World, knows something about migration. Not only is she a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping families deal with the issues surrounding migration, but she's the product of migration herself. Born to parents who had fled from Eastern Europe to Argentina in the early days of WWII, Daniela migrated to Israel as a child and went through a profound identity evolution. Later in life, a move to Europe and then the US meant the loss of her professional credentials- a familiar roadblock for many who migrate. So she did the most "expat-y" thing next: Start a business to deal with the barrier. Today she is at the vanguard of a growing movement of mental health processionals who are working to create resources that will help people around the world to better deal with the complex issue that arise when they migrate.
Learn more about Global Nomad's World and Daniela's work with migrant families by visiting their website,  https://www.globalnomadsworld.com/.
 
Dive deeper into the issues that children & families face when living overseas by checking out our past interviews with people who have gone through the experience themselves:
 

Ep. #033: Coming of Age As A TCK… And Then What? | Mio Rudnicki


Ep. #030: A Grown-up TCK Raising TCKs & Searching for Community | Dr. Kate Bailey Gardner


Ep. #025: From Raising A TCK to Empty-Nesting Overseas | Amelie Mongrain


Ep. #019: Studying TCKs As A TCA | Tanya Crossman


Ep. #017: “This Wasn’t A Choice She Made”: Raising A Daughter Overseas | Sarah Peel


Ep. #014: Growing Up As A TCK & Developing ‘Bordered Dinners’ | Ragini Kashyap


Ep. #006: Forging Your Own Identity & Socially Responsible Pizza | Kerry Lin

 
Get in touch with comments, suggestions or interview recommendations:
 

Twitter: @zax2000


eMail: mike.shaw@migrationmedia.net

 
Check out all of the shows in the Migration Media network on the web (www.migrationmedia.net). Please take a moment to "Like" us and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Podbean or wherever you get your podcasts... and subscribe!

Daniela Tomer, founder of Global Nomad's World, knows something about migration. Not only is she a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping families deal with the issues surrounding migration, but she's the product of migration herself. Born to parents who had fled from Eastern Europe to Argentina in the early days of WWII, Daniela migrated to Israel as a child and went through a profound identity evolution. Later in life, a move to Europe and then the US meant the loss of her professional credentials- a familiar roadblock for many who migrate. So she did the most "expat-y" thing next: Start a business to deal with the barrier. Today she is at the vanguard of a growing movement of mental health processionals who are working to create resources that will help people around the world to better deal with the complex issue that arise when they migrate.
Learn more about Global Nomad's World and Daniela's work with migrant families by visiting their website,  https://www.globalnomadsworld.com/.
 
Dive deeper into the issues that children & families face when living overseas by checking out our past interviews with people who have gone through the experience themselves:
 

Ep. #033: Coming of Age As A TCK… And Then What? | Mio Rudnicki


Ep. #030: A Grown-up TCK Raising TCKs & Searching for Community | Dr. Kate Bailey Gardner


Ep. #025: From Raising A TCK to Empty-Nesting Overseas | Amelie Mongrain


Ep. #019: Studying TCKs As A TCA | Tanya Crossman


Ep. #017: “This Wasn’t A Choice She Made”: Raising A Daughter Overseas | Sarah Peel


Ep. #014: Growing Up As A TCK & Developing ‘Bordered Dinners’ | Ragini Kashyap


Ep. #006: Forging Your Own Identity & Socially Responsible Pizza | Kerry Lin

 
Get in touch with comments, suggestions or interview recommendations:
 

Twitter: @zax2000


eMail: mike.shaw@migrationmedia.net

 
Check out all of the shows in the Migration Media network on the web (www.migrationmedia.net). Please take a moment to "Like" us and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Podbean or wherever you get your podcasts... and subscribe!

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