Registration and waiting times

As of April, 2024, I cannot take any more clients.  I have current clients who will continue for a while. You are welcome to email me at to enquire about waiting times.

It can be that in the second half of the year, I will have to refuse some clients/patients if my budget with some insurance companies is used up. It will appear here on this page if that becomes the case. At this time, it does not matter which insurance company you have.

When I make an appointment with you for intakes, you can usually begin treatment within three to four weeks, regardless of which insurance company you have. When you find the waiting time too long, you can contact your insurance company to ask that they see someone with a shorter waiting time.

Your insurance company will try to help you find a therapist. Some of them have e-health programs you can use in the meantime.

I don't maintain a waiting list because I schedule people in advance if possible, and if that is not possible, I have to stop entirely until spaces open up.

  • It is best to contact me via email since I often cannot pick up the phone.
  • Please do not write any confidential information in the email. I can refer you to a safe emailing system on Zivver.
  • Please see the contact page for contact information.

Before you see me, you will need a referral from your doctor (huisarts) or medical specialist to use health insurance. You should bring this doctor's referral letter to the first session, along with a valid form of identification such as a passport, residence permit, driver's license, and insurance card.

Please note that you must pay for the session yourself if you have not gotten a doctor's referral by the first appointment.

If you are on a waiting list at an institute for mental health care, they may have a long waiting time for intake or treatment. In that case, I may be able to support you during your waiting period with a referral from your family doctor or medical specialist if I have space for new clients. If you need to be seen by a psychiatrist because of complicated medical or psychiatric issues, your doctor could refer you to a psychiatrist. If you see me for short-term treatment only, I will have to end therapy with you if the psychiatrist wants to treat you themself. If you are accepted into an institute for treatment, we will also have to end our therapy together in most cases because of the insurance reimbursement rules.