Psicólogo

The Expat Psychologists is part of Psyned.nl We currently have 17 different Dutch psychologists that provide therapy in 9 different languages for example: English, French, German and Polish.. They can provide therapy over video chat or in person at their practice.

Are you a Dutch expat, living abroad? For you, we have Dutch psychologists that can provide therapy through video chat. Take a look at videologen.nl for more information.


Janeen Prinsloo, Psychologist, Eindhoven

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If you are looking for my English profile, you can find it here.


(English) Lia Sotiriou, Psychologist, Leiden

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Ricard Clark, Psychologist, Rotterdam

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Psychology is fascinating and I am fascinated by gaining knowledge about social relations. Dealing with people is one of the most difficult skills you will have to learn in your life, which is why I find it so interesting.

Life experience: I was born and raised in England, but after high school I went to study in the Netherlands. I studied clinical and health psychology at the University of Leiden and have been an independent psychologist since my graduation in 1990. Over the years I have gained the necessary life experience, both in my work as a psychologist and in other areas. That experience makes me a better care provider because everything cannot be learnt from a book.

Self-help: My goal is to help people get on the right track using scientific techniques. If necessary, I can point the way, but I believe you can do a lot yourself. By encouraging a certain degree of self-help, clients gain that extra confidence to get started fulfilling their goals and aspirations.

Being a participant: It is an honour to be a part of someone’s life as a psychologist. To participate in the process to help clients achieve their wishes and dreams. Clients sometimes say afterwards that they appreciated my help. That is good to hear.


Sandra Aagenborg, Psychologists, Schore

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Estefania Tessier, Psychologist, Den Haag

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Mi nombre es Estefanía Tessier y soy psicóloga clínica especializada y analista de comportamiento certificada por el Board americano (BACB). Actualmente tengo sede en La Haya pero anteriormente, he trabajado como psicóloga clínica en España, Reino Unido y Países Bajos.

Mi objetivo es asegurarme de que te sientas parte del proceso en cada paso, para que podamos trabajar juntos logrando los resultados que estas buscando.

Primera sesión

La primera sesión es una sesión muy importante. El objetivo es comprender mejor tu situación y hacer que te sientas escuchado y apoyado por un profesional en la salud mental.

Juntos diseñaremos un plan de intervención específicamente adaptado a tus circunstancias y necesidades. El plan de intervención incluye tus preferencias y objetivos, así como una forma de realizar un seguimiento de la efectividad del plan de tratamiento.

Método

Es fundamental que te sientas parte del proceso, por eso me aseguraré de que la terapia se adapte a ti y a tus necesidades. Creo que la creatividad y un enfoque dinámico son claves para la creación de recursos y ejercicios específicos que pueden beneficiarte al máximo. De esta forma podemos obtener los resultados deseados trabajando juntos.

Sobre mí

Mi misión como psicóloga es utilizar mi conjunto de habilidades, formación, conocimiento y experiencia para ayudarte a superar los desafíos de se presentan en tu vida.

Vivimos en un entorno de gran complejidad, que evoluciona a un ritmo vertiginoso. Sin embargo, no existe una guía que funcione para todos los desafíos de la vida y para todas las personas. Varios eventos en mi vida me hicieron darme cuenta de mi pasión por el campo de la psicología desde muy joven.

Experiencia laboral

He trabajado como psicóloga clínica en España, Reino Unido y ahora Holanda. Estoy especializada en enfermedades del neurodesarrollo y problemas de aprendizaje. Tengo experiencia en diagnóstico, evaluación, intervención y planes de mantenimiento con personas de todos los rangos de edad y diferentes condiciones.

He tenido el privilegio de trabajar para organizaciones de salud mental reconocidas internacionalmente, donde mi conocimiento y habilidades especializadas mejoraron a través de la participación en una amplia variedad de proyectos.

Mi despacho

El Het Coachhuis se encuentra cerca de la estación de tren The Hague CS. Aproximadamente es un paseo de 10 minutos. También es posible llegar a Het Coachhuis en transporte público. El tranvía 9 (hasta Scheveningen Strand) y el autobús paran frente de la puerta.

También, es posible aparcar en las inmediaciones de Raamweg. Para coches eléctricos: hay un punto de recarga cercano en Wassenaarseweg 6.


Roberto Bini, Psychologists, Sittard

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Francine Wong Loi Sing-Witz, Psychologists, Amsterdam

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Eva Bastin, Psychologists, Amersfoort

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Haris Mavrokefalos, Psychologist, Leiden

The Expat Psychologists - Haris Mavrokefalos

If you are looking for my English profile, you can find it here.


(English) Mariefloor Fiksinski – Plekkenpol, Psychologist, Hilversum

The Expat Psychologists - (English) Mariefloor Fiksinski – Plekkenpol

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About me
As a ‘Third Culture Kid,’ I understand what it is like to live abroad and experience a different culture. It is therefore not surprising that I am interested in this topic and have become a child and youth psychologist. I have worked at various international schools with children and adolescents from different cultural backgrounds. The different cultural backgrounds are a source of inspiration for me to start a conversation about growing up in a new environment. I also advise parents how to support their child with their behavior. Furthermore, I also like to work with young adults. They are in the prime of their lives and they will have to make important choices to learn to stand on their own two feet. For some young adults this is a challenge, I will help you find your path.

In addition to my work, I do yoga and I enjoy dancing. I also like to travel – and of course preferably to as many countries as possible to learn more and more about different cultures.

Dedicated to your development

Working methods
During therapy I will help you to better handle the obstacles in your life and take on new challenges. During the first conversation we will get to know each other. Visual puzzles and non-verbal and verbal tasks will be used so that I can learn more about your interests and hobbies. We will discuss what you are struggling with and what you would like to work on, but we will also discuss what is going well in your life. It is important that you feel comfortable with me. After the first conversation, I will set up a treatment plan with your therapy goals which will be regularly evaluated.

The client comes first. I would like to get to know you in an informal and friendly way. I will focus on your strong qualities, work with you to find the best solution for your problems or/and support your parents. It is also possible to conduct a psychological assessment to investigate your learning, social-emotional and behavioral difficulties. Afterwards you and your parents will receive practical tools to support you with your development. From a holistic view, I will help you to map out your growth opportunities so that you can reach your full potential.


Gerlinda Smit, Psycholoog, Malaga

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(English) Susanna Nijenhuis, Psychologist, Hoofddorp

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About me

Life can be challenging at times. I am convinced – because of science and my experience as a psychologist – that psychotherapy can help you heal and grow while facing your challenges.

I have an international background and have lived and worked in Austria, Hungary and since 2005 in the Netherlands. Because of this, I have a keen eye for cultural differences and difficulties within a relationship, at work or regarding the meaning of life. During my 20 years of professional experience I worked partly in health care – as a clinical psychologist and therapist – and partly in international corporations as a consultant and manager. But eventually I followed my heart: I specialized in couples therapy and counselling and started my own psychotherapy practice.

Besides my work, I am also a partner, mother of two children, a devoted dog owner and an avid reader.

Only you can know what your direction in life is, but I can help you see the paths and make your decisions.

Methods

The aim of psychotherapy is change, getting clarity and understanding of your needs and finding the paths to those needs. As a psychologist, I will help you in this process. You are welcome to come alone, but also with your partner.

During our first meeting we will discuss what you are struggling with and what your wishes are. Also, I will tell you about my methods and how psychotherapy can help you or the two of you. For me it is important to build a therapeutic relationship in which we trust each other. So in other words, to create a safe environment where you feel safe to talk about heavy emotions or thoughts and feel understood. That is the foundation and from there we proceed. I use my knowledge of counselling, humanistic and existential psychotherapy and systemic thinking. By doing so, we work together toward the change you desire.


(English) Kim Gijsbers, Psychologist, Eindhoven

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About me
Everything we experience shapes us into unique individuals. For me, working as a psychologist means helping someone become a more stable individual while remaining true to themselves. The bond of trust I can provide to someone is very special to me. It remains remarkable when someone tells you that you are the first person with whom they dare to share their entire story. An open atmosphere where no topic or emotion is taboo is, therefore, the most important thing for me in my practice.

In both my work and in my spare time I like to be creative. As a psychologist, this is mainly using my mind, but in my free time I like to work with my hands. From drawing and painting to DIY projects around the house and making costumes. Other than that, my weekends are often filled with fun activities, and I love to go out and grab some food and drinks with friends.

Working method
I approach each story with an open and curious mind and work from a genuine interest in the person behind the problem. During the first session I want to get to know you and your story: what are you struggling with, but also, what is already going well? After all, you are more than just your symptoms. Besides that, I find a personal connection very important. You should feel comfortable and not feel the need to keep anything to yourself.

After this, we will work on a personalized plan of action. After all, effective therapy is personalized and aimed at finding a balance in life that is different for each person. I use a number of different methods of treatment – some are focused on talking and others are more practical. In the early stages of therapy, we mainly focus on getting a better understanding of what is going on. Then, we proceed to taking action and making changes.


Anna Diament, Psycholoog, Hoofddorp

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Ghislaine Regout, Psychologist, Arnhem

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Do you feel like you’re getting stuck in a rut? Do you feel afraid, anxious, sad or stressed? As a psychologist, I can offer you support and listen to you without judgement. The therapy will be centred around your wishes, and by providing therapeutic treatment, I will offer you the help needed so you can get back on your feet. My aim is to help you straight away, so there are no waiting lists, and making an appointment outside of office hours is possible as well. I mainly work in Nijmegen, Arnhem, and Ede-Wageningen – and in London in the UK – but meeting up somewhere else, preferably in the region, can be discussed.

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