Sustaining Balanced Relationships

This article was originally published in the June/July edition of Expat Ladies in Bangkok, here. “It is important for all relationships to be balanced, respectful and rewarding”  Relationships continually evolve and…
By Sam

Being an Expat Woman

This article was originally published in the December/January edition of Expat Ladies in Bangkok, here. Bangkok is a fantastic city to live in with its culture, history, language and deep-rooted…
By Sam

Interview with Expat Focus

Expat Experiences - Thailand with Samantha Pryor, Bangkok This interview was originally published on, here. I’m Samantha Pryor, a Psychotherapist & Hypnotherapist, originally from the UK. Samantha Pryor I relocated…
By Sam

‘Depression – A Global Crisis’

World Mental Health Day was initiated by the World Federation for Mental Health in 1992 to raise public awareness of mental health issues. This year is the 20th Anniversary focusing on “Depression: A Global Crisis”. The aim is to increase awareness of how Depression affects 350 million people globally and that it is a treatable illness and with the right help and support recovery is possible and achievable. Access to treatment is a problem in most countries and in some countries fewer than 10% of those who need it receive such treatment. Living with Depression can be exhausting, overwhelming and leave people feeling totally helpless and wanting to give up. Depression is very difficult to understand, unless you have experienced it for yourself, therefore it best not to judge, but to ask “How can I help?”
By Sam

Bangkok Counselling

I became a Bangkok expat in 2011 after relocating from the UK. I experienced expat life for the first time and after managing my own experiences and coping with the…
By Sam
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