Integration process into the new culture is stressful.
At the end of the Honeymoon stage, a person most often enters the stage of rejection and negative judgments, which find their confirmation from time to time, giving rise to resistance.
And this resistance is natural.
Things can get even more complicated if a parent resists their child's cultural adaptation or not ready to accept inevitable changes in the loved one.
This webinar is for future students and also their parents who wish to support and accompany their child on the difficult path of a cultural paradigm shift.
Presented by Anastasia Shevchenko.
I left Russia 15 years ago, in 2007. And it was only after several years of "honeymoon" that I faced the harsh reality of cultural adaptation.
Unfortunately, I didn't have anyone who would volunteer to help me. And I had to go through the whole journey on my own, making mistakes, losing money, gaining inferiority complexes, feeling like a second-class member of society.
I tried to solve problems on a whim, changing my last name, for example. I even have a book published under a pseudonym.
Believe me, anyone who tries to build a life in a cultural environment that is foreign to them goes through this route.
I offer you my help in facilitating your cultural adaptation. Signing up for this webinar is the guarantee of receiving a maximum of useful and practical information to integrate quickly and painlessly into the new culture.
“Cross-cultural sensitivity is not natural,” Milton Bennett tells us. And it's hard to disagree with him.
Man by nature resists differences. But also by nature a person has both curiosity, the ability to empathize and to perceive information.
What we have to do is to find the balance between all our natural qualities. This is where cross-cultural learning comes in handy.
The two-hour webinar contains maximum useful information and aims to:
Develops practical communication skills in an intercultural environment, which helps to be fully accepted in a new cultural environment
For those who wish to integrate into European society and integrate into a new cultural environment.