Intercultural couple's counseling
Intercultural competence is part of our self-conception. Above all we view the ability to openly respond to different ways of life, to change perspectives and to develop sensitivity for other perspectives.
Language, religion, values, gender differences, social disadvantages, discrimination experiences, loss through migration are taken into account
Topics in the intercultural couple's counseling include:
Problems and crises in the partnership
Difficulties in the family
Separation and divorce
In a multicultural society, people are less likely to assume that their counterparts have the same ideas about the world or represent equal values and attitudes.
Intercultural competence emerges from the competent handling of cultural diversity and the creation of cooperation in such a diversity.
Multidimensional approaches focus on the current and past living conditions of people, taking into account social circumstances.