Yes. We can certainly discuss the possible options for you. Please send me an email or book a free complimentary in-take call to discuss the possible options.
We can certainly discuss the possible options for you. Please send me an email or book a free complimentary in-take call to discuss the possible options.
The cost can be viewed on the Bookings Page. I work as an independent practitioner and I am not affiliated with any Dutch health insurance provider. Please check with your health insurance provider to see whether there are any reimbursements available.
Fees for an assessment are based on the each individual's assessment plan. An assessment usually consists of 1 hour for a clinical interview and between 2 and 4 hours for the completion of the assessment. Additional costs may be incurred for the review of records, collateral information and the completion of a psychological report. [...]
Psychological assessment may be useful in identifying areas of development or in creating self-awareness. These include learning, education, and work-related contexts. Specifically, such assessments can assist in determining scholastic difficulties or learning difficulties (such as dyslexia, ADHD, attention and memory difficulties amongst others), assisting in finding the most optimal style of learning and most [...]
Psychological assessment refers to a process by which a wide variety of information is obtained in order to compile a holistic picture of a person’s psychological functioning. One component of a psychological assessment is the use of projective techniques and/or standardised psychological tests. These psychological tests or assessment measures are tools that allow for [...]
Family therapy may be indicated when families are characterised by high levels of overt or covert conflict that they have difficulty resolving. Family therapy may assist when a new family member joins the family, for instance, the arrival of a new baby; when developing new family dynamics when parents re-marry (blended families); or in [...]
In order to obtain a clear picture of the individuals in a family and the manner in which they relate to each other, each family member is seen individually first. Once each member has been heard individually, and possible hindrances to a joint process have been addressed, a therapeutic space is created where family [...]
What is Couple’s Therapy? Couple’s therapy (also called Relationship Therapy, Marriage Therapy or Marital Therapy) builds the communication skills couples need to negotiate life’s challenges. More effective communication contributes to a sense of fulfilment in your relationship. The aim of couple’s therapy is to identify the patterns that that leave you feeling you [...]