Counselling sessions can take place subject to the following conditions:
Do not come the practice if:
- you or a housemate has corona
- the time that you were ill was less than 2 weeks ago
- you or your housemate is suffering from a cold, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, short of breath, fever or a temperature.
When you enter the practice you will be asked to clean your hands with the disinfectant at the door.
After each appointment all contact surfaces are disinfected.
We will observe 1.5 meter distance.
Are you in need of a counselling session but want to avoid in-person contact for now? I can offer a session via a safe portal specifically designed for therapists. I know from experience that video sessions are just as effective and pleasant as in-person sessions.
If you are interested, please contact me. We will then plan a session and I will explain how we will go about it.
The general conditions for service to private individuals apply. You can request a copy or click here
. At this moment the general conditions are only available in Dutch.
Complaints and disciplinary rules
The complaints and disciplinary rules of the professional associations I am a member of, apply. Through them I am registered with the SCAG (Foundation for Complementary and Alternative Health Care). At this moment SCAG information is only available in Dutch, click here
for the brochure.
Depending on your insurance policy and your supplemental insurance various insurance companies reimburse part of the session. I advise you to contact your insurance company for more information or refer to the ABvC website https://www.zorgwijzer.nl/vergoeding/counseling
, in Dutch only.
The address is: Waalstraat 39 III, 1078 BW Amsterdam. The practice is on the corner on the 3rd floor, on the ground floor on the right there is a physiotherapy practice and on the left a dentist’s practice.
There is space for (paid) parking.
Public transport: tram 4 or 12, or bus 62 and 65 have stops close by.
Tram 4, bus 62 and 65 have a stop ‘Waalstraat’ at 1 minute walk. Tram 12 is a 3 minute walk away, tram stop also called ‘Waalstraat’.
Unfortunately the practice is not suitable for disabled individuals as there is no lift available.