by people who understand unschooling
There are people here who live in Canada, the U.S., India, Spain and The Netherlands, but most of them can help internationally. If you need a language other than English, though, some can do that.
Amy can help unschoolers get past rough spots, and people who are otherwise stuck. You can listen to some of her unschooling podcasts to get a feel for her voice and tone: Unschooling Support. See more about individualized help here: Personal Consultations
Heather Cooper Diehr
A couples therapist in private practice in seattle, doing skype/facetime/phone session (from far away!!!) work regularly. "I'm generally full, but I'm so passionate about [the Always Learning discussion], I would be open to fitting in people where & however I could....
E-mail or telephone http://www.naturalchild.org/counseling/
Gestalt therapist, specializing in the effect on adults of childhood trauma. Yvonne lives in Lleida, Spain and can counsel in Spanish or English (British English). If you would like to see her speaking and hear her voice (in both languages), she is intereviewed at the link here, and below on the same page she's the translator in interviews of me.) Video.
Cara Barlow wrote:Another therapist option.....I was a staff member of the East Coast Not Back to School camp last year, and was really impressed with the camp counselor, Nathen Lester. He's worked for NBTSC for many years and understands unschoolers and unschooling. He'll work with you through skype.Nathan's blog: http://nathensmiraculousescape.wordpress.com
Pushpa Ramachandran does speech therapy by Skype, part time. She is an unschooling mother and a respected speech pathologist.
Marji is set up to offer one-on-one help with parenting, as The Peaceful Parent Whisperer. She offers help in person (she lives in Olivebridge, New York), by phone, or via the Internet (Gmail chat or Skype).
To hear Marji speak about her family of origin, singing snatches of songs, and talking about music, listen here: Music is the Universal Language (at the bottom of a list of recordings, all available to hear there freely—only 12 minutes long, and beautiful).
Graham Dusseldorp offers coaching for dads wanting to balance work and families:
Graham can counsel in his native Dutch or his very-impressive American-accented English. ("Canadian" he says. Because his wife, Rippy, is Canadian.) (See their family here. )