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Two primary components of the expat lifestyle are high mobility and cross-cultural living. With those realities come an elevated concentration of opportunity to experience grief, loss, and questions around cultural identity.
Often, major life transitions can involve seasons of isolation and complex grief, unearthing intense feelings that require significant care and thoughtfulness. Those things in mind, it becomes increasingly important for an internationally mobile person …to work with someone who has a good enough understanding of these common expat dynamics. – Josh Sandoz, International Therapist Directory

 

 

 If you are in an emergency, the essential phone numbers in Barcelona, Spain to consider are 061 (medical emergencies) or 112 (emergency in Catalan, Spanish, French, English)

Hospitals in Barcelona Please attend a hospital emergency department if you are feeling suicidal and need immediate assistance for a mental health crisis.

Costa Blanca Samaritans  for crisis support in Spain FreeHelpline: (0034) 900 525 100  24 Hours a day 365 days a year Email: pat@samaritansinspain.com

Befrienders Worldwide Providing emotional assistance to prevent suicide worldwide. Search for a crisis support line in your country of residence.

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Do you feel scared at home?  Download this Safety Planning Booklet for women in Domestic Violence situations

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Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale Test  A test of your depression, anxiety and stress levels can assist in answering the question – Do I really need help now?

Beyond Blue Information and resources for women, men, young people, older people, LGBT, and many more about Depression and Anxiey from Australian organisation Beyond Blue.

MindHealthConnect Find mental health resources.

SANE Australian Information, podcasts and resources on many mental health issues from this Australian organisation.

the MoodGym An online resource for learning CBT tools.

e-couch  A self-help, interactive tool for learning skills to combat depression, generalised anxiety, worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown and loss and grief.

Alcoholics Anonymous Barcelona Are you aware of someone seeking help for a drinking problem? There is a solution.
If you think you may have a drinking problem you’re welcome to attend any meeting, open or closed. Closed meetings are for those who may have a problem with their drinking, both new and regular members. Open meetings are for the same people, and also for anyone else who would like to know more about AA.

Please call +34 616 68 43 38 for information about meetings, or go to the web and look at the Meeting Schedule above. Email: webaabcn@gmail.com

 

‘Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.’ – Rumi

 

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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).
Samaritans in Spain offer crisis support in Spain (in english) 24 Hours a day 365 days a year Helpline: (0034) 900 525 100

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