Professional speaker, consultant and coach for global mobility
Emotional wellbeing for relocation
Building emotional resilience
Improving global mobility outcomes
Dr Sarah Whyte is a speaker, consultant, trainer and ICF Associate Certified Coach. She supports the development of emotional wellbeing for all stages of the relocation process for families, international schools and corporate clients through her unique hello/goodbye programme. In addition, she facilitates practical, interactive workshops and coaching for adults and children focusing on emotional wellbeing in the context of global mobility.
Her work builds seamlessly on her background as an international teacher and head of personal, social and health education curriculum at Tanglin Trust School in Singapore.
Following on from her degree in psychology and masters in education. Sarah’s doctoral thesis focused on connecting emotional intelligence solutions to support children in global transition.
Are you prepared? The importance of emotional wellbeing throughout the relocation process
Relocations are stressful for the whole family. It’s tough to leave everything you know to go to a new country with a new home, new people, new culture and new routines.
While logistical support for relocation is readily available, the emotional aspect of relocation is rarely supported in a proactive way. By failing to anticipate and address feelings such as grief and anger, the stress throughout the relocation process is exacerbated. The negative impact can be lasting, particularly for children, and impacts on the relocation experience for everyone.
Drawing on research and her experience, Sarah will share the power of emotional wellbeing with simple and practical strategies, which can be easily applied at every stage of the relocation process.