Uprooting is one of the biggest stressors and promotes both burnout and depression.



Geneva is home to many expatriates who came to work in international and community environments, or in the private sector with their nuclear family. Coping with the pressures of work and managing the uncertainties and logistical difficulties of life is difficult, when one has lost his or her bearings.

Support for uprooting in the Stress Clinic

Support is important in the sense that expatriated persons or expats being affected by uprooting are strangers to Geneva society.

Being aware of the problems facing expatriates or immigrants, the Stress Clinic offers a specific support through to its team of healthcare professionals:

  • Trained internationally
  • Sensitive to cultural differences
  • Attentive and responsive to the origins and customs of expatriates

Contact the office for more personalized information.

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