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Relocating with Family to Barcelona: What You Need to Know

Relocating with Family to Barcelona: What You Need to Know
Relocating with Family to Barcelona: What You Need to Know Moving to a new country can be tough - adjusting to the culture, learning the language, obtaining the proper documentation, and missing friends and family back home are just a few of the many challenges that presentRead more

Arne. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In His Own Words…

Arne. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In His Own Words...
Arne - Therapist for Adults, Couples, and Adolescents My name is Arne. I am a psychologist from the Netherlands and moved to Barcelona last December. My Catalan partner and I came here from Amsterdam for the birth of our son.  I studied and worked as a psychologistRead more

Speak Spanish Barcelona: Spanish Classes for Expat Families

Speak Spanish Barcelona: Spanish Classes for Expat Families
Speak Spanish Barcelona: Spanish Classes for Expat Families At Speak Spanish Barcelona we know moving to Barcelona could be hard: getting your NIE, looking for an apartment, finding a school for your children… And, on top of that, learning Spanish could be tough and you may feelRead more

Tools for Making the Most of Expat Life in Barcelona: Part I

Tools for Making the Most of Expat Life in Barcelona: Part I
Tools for Making the Most of Expat Life in Barcelona: Part I By Leigh Matthews You arrive in this marvellous city where the mediterranean sea meets modernista architecture and palm trees line gothic lanes. Hola Barcelona! The first phase of culture shock in Barcelona begins. The honeymoon.Read more

Expats are Different to their Counterparts in their Home Country

Expats are Different to their Counterparts in their Home Country
Six studies of over 1, 874 people, comparing people living abroad, and those who do not, suggest that, beyond the challenges of expat life, one significant benefit can be found. Researchers found that the longer the time lived abroad, the more likely individuals would have a clearerRead more

Expat Therapy Barcelona

Expat Therapy Barcelona
If you're an expat book an appointment now Since our inception in 2011, Therapy in Barcelona has been providing therapy to Barcelona's expat community.  The concept in the beginning was very simple, and still remains simple:  therapy for expats in Barcelona, by expats. Who are Barcelona's Expats? Read more

Marina. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words..

Marina. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words..
Marina - Children and Adolescents | Families and Parents My name is Marina. I'm a Child Psychologist with a specialisation in Family Intervention and Mediation. I have over 6 years' experience working with children and families in public and private sectors in different parts of the world,Read more

Gabrielle. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words…

Gabrielle. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words...
Gabrielle - Therapist for Adults, Parents, Adolescents and Couples I am Gabrielle, 46 years old, mother of two boys and born and raised in Amsterdam. About 4 years ago my family moved to Barcelona, the region where my husband is originally from and always wanted to return.Read more

Sarah. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words…

Sarah. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborator. In Her Own Words...
Sarah - Psychologist for Parents, Children, Adolescents, Families and Adults I am Sarah, a Flemish psychologist. I help children from 6 years old, adolescents and parents, to achieve a feeling of togetherness, emotional connection, and true belonging. You can speak to me in Dutch, English, Spanish, Catalan,Read more

Expat-preneurs in Barcelona?

Expat-preneurs in Barcelona?
If you're an expat-preneur and need some support, contact us today.Therapy in Barcelona offers therapy in office and online therapy. Contact UsRead more

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Calle de Paris 162-164, 3o, 1a Barcelona 08036
Email: info@therapyinbarcelona.com

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We are not a crisis service.
If you need immediate assistance, please go to your local hospital emergency department. The essential phone numbers in Barcelona, Spain are 061 (medical emergencies, multilingual) or 112 (emergency).
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