The colleagues listed below are people I can personally vouch for and I have worked with. I value their integrity, professionality and clinical skills. They all also work for the international community in The Netherlands.
Dr. Cieplinski - GZ Psychologist based in Delft, The Netherlands
Languages: Polish and English.
Since the summer of 2017, Mending Mind has established a collaboration with an experienced Polish speaking psychologist, Dr. Jack Cieplinski.
Dr. Jack Cieplinski is a highly experienced psychologist, specializing in expats and Eastern-European migrants in the Delft region, giving therapy in English and Polish.
Jack provides effective therapy and counselling, as a BIG registered GZ psychologist and holding a PhD in Psychoanalysis. He uses a range of psychological methods based on a combination of cognitive-behavioural approach, acceptance and commitment therapy and psychoanalytic insight.
He has held psychologist positions in the UK and at a renowned international clinic for expatriates. He also often works with students and international academic staff at TU Delft.
For more information visit www.poradnia.nl.
Isha Chauhan, M.Sc. Psychologist based in Leiden, The Netherlands.
Languages: Hindi and English.
Originally from India, she moved to the Netherlands in 2013. Having struggled through the difficulties that non-Europeans and other internationals face, she is able to empathise with some universal themes that internationals struggle with. She has been trained in different types of treatment styles, and her basis lies in the client-centered approach. Building on that, she offers Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Masters in Clinical Psychology from Leiden University
VGCt certified training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
ISST certified training in Schema Therapy
VPeP certified training in Client Centered Therapy
For more information see: www.centeredpsych.nl
ACCESS is an independent not-for-profit organization serving internationals to successfully settle in the Netherlands for the past 30 years.
The Counselling Service Network is the foundation from which ACCESS grew. It was the need for supporting the 'mental well-being' of the English speaking expatriate community, living far from home, that resulted in the establishment of ACCESS. Mending Mind is a member of the Counselling Service Network.