Writing has always been an integral part of my personal and professional life. In addition to my writing on the World Tree Coaching blog and for other outside publications, I am happy to be able to share these expat support books. You’ll find each of these offers a unique opportunity to support you and the people you love.
The Expat Activity Book
The Expat Activity Book is designed to give you new tools and insight for personal growth. Written in an accessible, conversational style, it draws on my years of experience as an expat, clinical social worker and coach. Each of the activities addresses a specific experience commonly faced by people who move from one country to another. The book’s 20 activities will help you get unstuck, look at things anew and home in on what matters most to you, wherever you go. Get your copy here.
Download a sample activity here.
Kids on the Move
Kids on the Move is co-authored with expat mom of 4, yoga teacher and founder of After School Plans Leah Evans. Modeled after The Expat Activity Book, this book gives you, your children or children with whom you work an invaluable set of 25 activities designed to foster insight, self-compassion and curiosity. It facilitates connection, reflection and inquiry so that a life lived between worlds becomes truly a life of opportunity. Get your copy here.
Raising Kids in the Foreign Service
In 2015, I had the honor and privilege of writing a chapter in the US Foreign Service parents’ support guide – Raising Kids in the Foreign Service. Written by Foreign Service parents for Foreign Service parents, the book is a must-have and includes tons of great ideas along with first-hand knowledge and information. You can purchase a copy here.
I’m pleased to share that my chapter – The Oxygen Mask: Mindfulness for Expat Parents – is available for download here.