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"Portugal - The simple life”, an insider's perspective to Portugal.
This week, Dylan is joined by Alison Collis. Alison is a psychotherapist, coach and supervisor with 16 years experience. Dylan and Alison discuss some of the emotions we experience when moving to another country, the psychology behind moving abroad and some of the unique aspects of living in and moving to Portugal.
We already know about Portugal’s amazing weather, food and people. In this podcast we go deeper and meet the real people who make this country so wonderful.
Dylan, who has made his life in Portugal shares an insiders perspective into what makes Portugal the unique, beautiful and amazing country that it is. Join him and his guests every week as they shed some light on the incredible people, culture, history and lifestyle that makes Portugal so appealing. A country where everyone feels like they belong.
This podcast is sponsored by Portugal Realty, welcome to the simple life!
More about Alison:
Alison holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree from De Montfort University. She is a Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist, a qualified Coach, a Resilience Doughnut Trainer, a Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner, have a British Psychological Society Approved Certificate in Clinical Supervision and has completed Level 2 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Alison is a registered member of the Association for Coaching: ALC0816M and the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists: 118342.
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