Psychologue

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.


Edith Wachter, Psychologists, Maastricht

The Expat Psychologists - Edith Wachter

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In meiner Praxis begleite ich Menschen mit den unterschiedlichsten Beschwerden. Fühlen sie sich z.B. über eine längere Zeit müde und erschöpft, depressiv oder ängstlich? Haben sie das Gefühl, nicht zu wissen wie weiter. Fällt es ihnen schwer eine Entscheidung zu treffen? Sind sie unglücklich in ihrer Beziehung? Meine Behandlung soll ihnen helfen, wieder in Kontakt zu kommen mit ihren eigen persönlichen Stärken und letztendlich zu mehr Lebensfreude, Selbstvertrauen und Zufriedenheit mit ihnen selbst führen.

Mein therapeutisches Handeln basiert sich auf die Gesprächspsychotherapie von Rogers

Darüberhinaus bin ich geschult in Psychodrama
Kunsttherapie
EMDR – Traumatherapie
und Familientherapie


Roberto Bini, Psychologists, Sittard

The Expat Psychologists - Roberto Bini

Susannah Chernowitz, Psychologist, Leiden

The Expat Psychologists - Susannah Chernowitz

Emma Harmsen, Psycholoog, Portugal

The Expat Psychologists - Emma Harmsen

Anna Diament, Psycholoog, Hoofddorp

The Expat Psychologists - Anna Diament

(English) Ángela Caceres, Psycholoog, Utrecht

The Expat Psychologists - (English) Ángela Caceres
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    Safe together

    Both my personal experiences and my professional choices had led me to the same conclusion: sharing our vulnerabilities make us stronger. Our mental health depends on how we have learned to develop healthy affective patterns and on how we create places of safety as surviving mechanisms. So, psychology for me is not just an individual matter and it is also related to the way we choose to bond with others in the context we belong to. My goal, then, is to create together a safe space where we can share our experiences and working hand in hand for finding the balance.

    Resilience

    I believe in the potential that each of us owns and in the particularity of our identities. During the processes with my clients, we are dedicated to recovering the skills and coping mechanisms to become resilient agents no despite ourselves but embracing who we are.

    Awareness

    Is that all? Of course no. We will begin by raising awareness of where we are and what we want. Mindfulness for me is a powerful tool that allows us to keep the focus on the present moment to better move to our chosen future.


Francine Wong Loi Sing-Witz, Psychologists, Amsterdam

The Expat Psychologists - Francine Wong Loi Sing-Witz

Ricard Clark, Psycholoog, Rotterdam

The Expat Psychologists - Ricard Clark

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.


Hanan Haddouch, Psychologists, Rotterdam

The Expat Psychologists - Hanan Haddouch

Suzana Cvetkovic, Psychologists, Eindhoven

The Expat Psychologists - Suzana Cvetkovic

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I came from Serbia when I was 29 years old. I had a university diploma in psychology and I was looking forward to begin a new chapter in my life. It turned out that my diploma here in the Netherlands was assessed on a bachelor level and I still wanted to do my masters. So I did it. And I learned Dutch. And I got married and got children.

I was already doing a volunteer work in my field, but I wanted to transition to a paid job. And then I was trying to figure out how to find my place in this society. At first, everything was so different than I was used to. Then I started getting used to the new ways of looking at life and dealing with different aspects of it. Things I once found strange became usual.
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