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Online therapy

Practice O.C. Rozendaal

Within basic mental health care (basis GGZ) I work as a BIG-registered mental health psychologist. My care does not fall under specialized mental health care (SGGZ). I offer short-term treatment for women aged 18 and over with mild to moderate complaints. In therapy I work a lot with cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance & commitment therapy, EMDR and solution-focused therapy. All treatments are done via video calling (online). 

I offer help with:

  • Self-image problems

  • Identity problems and quarter life crisis

  • Burnout and stress

  • (Failure) anxiety complaints and trauma

  • PMS and PMDD

  • Sadness and depressive symptoms

  • Complaints related to discrimination, racism and exclusion

  • Complaints related to the cultural/religious background or migration background

Top 3 benefits of online therapy

  1. You have no travel time. This makes the therapy a lot more accessible. You can plan the session(s) at a time that suits you best. For example, between work or if you have a busy schedule (with children).

  2. You will be home immediately after the session. This can be very nice if you have had an intense session or EMDR and are therefore tired. Driving immediately after an EMDR session is not recommended. With therapy from your living room you don't have that problem.

  3. Help from your familiar environment. For some people it can be nice to talk about their feelings and thoughts from their familiar environment. This lowers the threshold for help and increases people's openness. Which only benefits the therapy.



Introduction and intake
A free telephone consultation will first take place. This non-binding introduction is intended to get a global idea of your complaints and to investigate whether we are a right match or whether another psychologist better suits your needs. The introduction takes approximately 20 minutes. If you decide to start a treatment process, an intake interview will follow. In this conversation I will delve deeper into your complaints and background to get a clear picture of the problem and your request for help. A diagnosis is made. Together we make a treatment plan with concrete, achievable goals and I make an estimate of the number of treatment sessions.

When can I start?

Waiting time until introduction: 2 weeks

Waiting time until intake: 4-5 weeks

Waiting time until treatment: 1-2 weeks after the intake
Last updated: 01-12-2023

After the intake, the treatment starts. The duration of the treatment varies from five to twelve sessions. The intake takes approximately 90 minutes, follow-up sessions approximately 60 minutes. These sessions usually take place once every two weeks. EMDR sessions are often weekly and usually last between 75-90 minutes. The progress of the treatment is always evaluated, if necessary with short questionnaires. Sometimes it may be useful or necessary to contact the referrer, but this will only happen with your permission. In the final session we evaluate your goals and create a prevention plan so that you continue to do well after the treatment has ended.


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