Workshops

Adventure USA

Parenting powerfully abroad

Parenting powerfully abroad

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Discover opportunities and new chances


Moving to a well-known, and yet a so differently functioning country like the United States, especially New York, places high demands on us. After a few weeks, or even months, of acclimatization we might find ourselves living in a vacuum that can manifest itself in stress, frustration or simply homesickness. The workshop aims to provide assistance to consciously and actively make use of this new beginning for yourself so that you can see the possibilities offered by this new environment.

  • Building a new network - how does that work?
  • What is the culture shock?
  • Rediscover your own interests
  • Organizing yourself -how to structure your new life
  • Balance between family, spouse and your own needs
  • How to actively deal with changes
  • Self-management through mindfulnes

Parenting powerfully abroad

Parenting powerfully abroad

Parenting powerfully abroad

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Moving abroad with children in tow can be quite challenging for parents. Often organizing distracts us and with arriving in the new environment, parenting might be felt even more difficult abroad. Conflicts at home are normal and sometimes we feel overwhelmed and disconnected to our kids.
The workshop will offer you to create new awareness in parenting and new ways and possibilities for a more mindful approach.


  • Gain new insights into your parenting
  • Understand the three pillars of parenting
  • Defusing conflicts at home
  • Develop strategies to support your children as they combine two cultures

50 plus - what's next?

Parenting powerfully abroad

50 plus - what's next?

The big 0 - time of transition

The big 0 - time of transition


Turning 50 marks a huge bullet point in our life – especially for women.

Not only do we have to deal with our body changes but also family patterns are changing as kids are beginning their own life, relationships have to be adjusted, we have to deal with our ailing parents, illnesses of family members or friends in other words: a lot is going on.

At the same time consciously or unconsciously we might ask ourselves: what are we going to do next, where do I see myself in the next years and how do I possibly tackle all the transformations that lie ahead.


  • Different kinds of transitions
  • My body and Co: how can I adjust  mind and body
  • Letting go: always happy for the kids?  Who’s talking about how we feel?
  • Where am I right now? A breakdown of the current situation
  • What do I like to do moving forward?