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Social Skills for Expat Children. A Presentation and 6-week Course

Does your child sometimes struggle with friendships? Would you like your child to learn how to effectively ask for something or negotiate properly? Or does your child need some help in learning how to stand up for him/herself in social situations? Join us on February 10 at 20:00 for an informal get-together to talk about these […]

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Social Skills 4 Kids in The Hague & Amsterdam with Jet Sichterman of Expat Child Psychology

Two new Social Skills 4 Kids group courses are planned to start at Expat Child Psychology in the early months of 2016! Social Skills 4 Kids is an English spoken group course for children aged 9 to 12 that improves children’s social and emotional skills helping them to be more assertive, more empathic and more […]

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A new collaborative: Think, Talk and Tinker

We are delighted to announce another collaboration amongst our members: introducing Think, Talk and Tinker, an initiative of Ute Limacher-Riebold, Jet Sichterman and Lana Jelenjev. Under this name they will share their knowledge about child development and parenting through various events. Their first event is planned for April 18th in The Hague as part of the ‘Week […]

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The International Family Fair

The International Family Fair, an initiative of WBII Member, Jet Sichterman, is taking place on Saturday 11 October 2014 – save the date! Raising children in a foreign country is not easy; support systems are left behind and searching for help is hard if the language is unfamiliar. The International Family Fair is here to […]

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Jet Sichterman (Expat Child Psychology)

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Expat Child Psychology is a private practice that supports the social & emotional needs of expat children and their families. The practice offers individual therapy (behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, play therapy), parent support, Social Skills 4 Kids group courses and the Autism Parent Support Programme. Psycho-educational assessments can be provided in collaboration with the Child […]

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