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Consultation with a Psychologist Our   cultural   roots   shape   the   person   we   turn   out   to   be   in   several   subtle   ways.   Our   unique   cultural experiences    and    impressions    are    essentially    based    in    the    languages    we    speak,    the    people    we    are surrounded by, and the norms and expectations defined by society and our religion. When   one   travels   far   from   their   local   culture   or   place   of   birth,   there   is   often   a   culture-shock   faced.   Have you   experienced   this?   I   definitely   did   when   I   moved   out   to   Canada   from   India.   Everything   is   different, right   from   traffic   rules,   the   weather,   culture   of   the   people,   unsaid   rules   about   how   to   behave   in   various settings, and so on. This   extent   of   change   can   leave   anyone   feeling   lost   and   helpless,   leading   to   higher   levels   of   anxiety   and lots   of   difficulty   with   the   adjustment   process. Things   become   even   more   challenging   with   children   in   tow, as   well   as   when   the   move   is   for   work   or   education.   While   adjusting,   one   is   also   expected   to   perform   well at   work,   school   and/or   be   a   good   parent. Things   can   get   stressful   to   the   point   that   one   feels   hopeless   about realizing the dreams they set out to achieve in the first place.
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WELCOME To learn more about ARCH Psychological Services we invite you look around our website and to contact us if you have any questions.
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Consultation with a Psychologist Our   cultural   roots   shape   the   person   we   turn   out   to   be in   several   subtle   ways.   Our   unique   cultural   experiences and   impressions   are   essentially   based   in   the   languages we   speak,   the   people   we   are   surrounded   by,   and   the norms    and    expectations    defined    by    society    and    our religion. When   one   travels   far   from   their   local   culture   or   place of   birth,   there   is   often   a   culture-shock   faced.   Have   you experienced   this?   I   definitely   did   when   I   moved   out   to Canada   from   India.   Everything   is   different,   right   from traffic   rules,   the   weather,   culture   of   the   people,   unsaid rules   about   how   to   behave   in   various   settings,   and   so on. This   extent   of   change   can   leave   anyone   feeling   lost   and helpless,   leading   to   higher   levels   of   anxiety   and   lots   of difficulty   with   the   adjustment   process.   Things   become even   more   challenging   with   children   in   tow,   as   well   as when    the    move    is    for    work    or    education.    While adjusting,   one   is   also   expected   to   perform   well   at   work, school    and/or    be    a    good    parent.    Things    can    get stressful   to   the   point   that   one   feels   hopeless   about realizing   the   dreams   they   set   out   to   achieve   in   the   first place.