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Holding Your Hand While You Find Your Feet


Keep Moving Forward - Emotional Support for Immigrants

"Open the door to your mind, before opening the door to the world"- John Lieppa

  • Have you had a constant struggle with the decision you made to migrate?

  • Do you feel alone, without friends, without family, without support?

  • Does your future seem uncertain?

  • Do you feel like giving up everything?

  • Do you have feelings of fear, sadness, remorse, and guilt sometimes or even every day?


When people migrate, they bring along their beliefs, experiences, expectations, hopes, values, and their history.  In their new city or country the acculturation process can be easier for some; however, it seems to be quite difficult for most immigrants. These conditions are created by many types of stressors such as involuntary migration, exposure to traumatic events while migrating, and discrimination, causing huge psychological distress through anxiety, depression, loss of confidence, and other mental health problems.


 As an immigrant, I went through many difficult and obscure moments in my life, not believing that one day I could get out of there. Today, after many years searching for a healthier mind, I dedicate my life to helping immigrants around the world, so they can open their minds and have a better sense of themselves, be more happy with themselves and with their choices. As a result, they will be able to live a more balanced, healthy and successful life in their new area.


I believe each of us deserves to live a more congruent, happy and beautiful life, wherever we choose to live!

I believe each of us deserves to live a more congruent, happy and beautiful life, wherever we choose to live!


If you are ready to be stronger and make positive changes in your life, feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.


Join me and learn how to reach your excellence and how to succeed in your new land!!


"Through KEEP MOVING FORWARD I help other immigrants, like myself, to be emotionally strong. As immigrants may find themselves in a better emotional position (which goes hand-in-hand with a more fulfilling profession/occupation), feeling content doing what they love to do, they will be ready to contribute to and have a greater interaction with their local community and will be free to choose cultural integration without the need to forget their cultural identity" Cema Santos


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