Psychotherapy for Expats

Being an expat living, working and/or studying in a new country can be quite exciting but also quite challenging. Moving to a new place, having to find a new job, adapting to a new culture, and connecting with new people might be demanding. The most common difficulties expats mention are:

  • Stress / Anxiety
  • Loneliness
  • Isolation
  • Mood swings
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Exhaustion
  • Depression
  • Feeling of hopelessness
  • Loss of meaning
  • Difficulty fitting in
  • Career challenges
  • Transition challenges

Expats therapy and counseling

Our team of psychologists in Leiden and The Hague supports expats, foreigners and international students to cope with the challenges they face. As expats ourselves we know and understand these difficult experiences that someone has to go through while being away from their family, friends and support network.

In a safe and confidential environment, we support our clients to come to a better understanding of themselves, to find new meanings in their life, and handle the challenges easier. Since some of the stress expats experience is often due to lack of information, we also provide useful information about life in the Netherlands.

Location: Psychotherapy for expats is provided in Leiden (Schipholweg 103) and The Hague (Raamweg 4) as well as Online via Skype.

Fee: 90 euro per session.

Payments of in-office and Skype sessions can be made prior to the session or at the end of it via bank transfer.

Cancellation policy: For cancellations that are made 24 hours prior to the session, there is a 50% charge. Upon cancelling within less than 24 hours the session is fully charged. There is no charge for cancellations made 48 hours or more prior to the session.