The Expat Psychologists – English

The Expat Psychologists is part of We currently have 12 different Dutch psychologists that provide therapy in English. They can provide therapy over video chat or in person at their practice.

You can make an appointment or find out more about the psychologist through calling our service desk at 00 31 (0)85 – 4014720 or by sending us an e-mail by using the contact form.

Emma Harmsen, Psycholoog, Portugal

Online Psycholoog

English | Portuguese |

Gerlinda Smit, Psycholoog, Malaga

Online Psycholoog

English | Spanish |

Susannah Chernowitz, Psychologist, Leiden

Frambozenweg 47
2321 KA Leiden

English |

Ghislaine Regout, Psychologist, Arnhem

Gele Rijders Plein 36
6811 AR Arnhem

English |

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.


Liza Omran, Psychologists, Groningen

Damsterdiep 49 - 53
9711 SH Groningen

Afghan | English |

Hanan Haddouch, Psychologists, Rotterdam

Schiekade 830
3032 AL Rotterdam

English | Moroccan |

Freek Sarink, Psychologists, Leiden

Middelstegracht 87E
2312TV Leiden

English | Spanish |

Eva Bastin, Psychologists, Amersfoort

Aziering 48
3823 WR Amersfoort

English | Polish |

Suzana Cvetkovic, Psychologists, Eindhoven

Cherbourglaan 53
5627 MK Eindhoven

Bosnian | Croatian | English | Serbian |

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.

Geeske Wichers, Psychologists, Alkmaar

Cornelis Pronklaan 44
1816 NP Alkmaar

English |