Moving forward our workshops will be pre-recorded and available for viewing two weeks before the live, 30-minute Q&A. During these two weeks, watch the recording whenever works best for you and bring your questions to the Q&A.
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Holistic Health for TCKs

TCKs face unique challenges as they navigate the intersections of multiple cultures, environments, and identities.

In this workshop, we will delve into the various dimensions of health - physical, emotional, and social - and provide practical strategies to promote balance and resilience in TCKs' lives.

From fostering healthy lifestyle habits to cultivating emotional intelligence and embracing cultural diversity, parents and caregivers will gain invaluable insights and actionable tools to support TCKs in achieving optimal holistic health.
Everyone who registers receives access to the workshop recording, whether you're able to attend the live Q&A or not! 


Recording Duration

1.5 hours


Lauren Wells & Anna Danforth

Recording Available

April 24,

Q&A Date

May 8,

Q&A Time

(ET, New York)

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Meet the instructors

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Lauren Wells

Chief Executive Officer

Lauren is the Founder and CEO of TCK Training and author of Raising Up a Generation of Healthy Third Culture Kids, The Grief Tower, and Unstacking Your Grief Tower. An Adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) who spent her teenage years living in Tanzania, East Africa, Lauren has worked with over 1,000 parents and TCK caregivers and has trained staff from over 80 organizations. 

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Anna Danforth


Anna Danforth grew up in Cameroon as a Third Culture Kid where she developed a passion to help global families thrive overseas. She holds a degree in secondary French education and an MAED in Instruction and Curriculum. She married her high school sweetheart from DR Congo and they raised their two kids in Lesotho and South Africa. Anna and her husband work in education, job skills training, job creation, and agriculture. Drawing on her experiences as a TCK, missionary, and teacher at the Africa Orientation Course, Anna wrote “Raising a Family Overseas” as a resource for global families. The place she calls home is a fruit tree and macadamia farm in KwaZulu Natal where she lives with her husband, dogs, cats, horse, and best friends.

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