We didn’t inherit the Earth from our parents
We borrow it from our children
Chief Seattle (from: Down to Earth)
iMindU is a multidisciplinary outpatient child, adolescent and (mainly young) adult psychiatric clinic, aimed at the international community, while also serving the local community. It is based in the historic inner city of Leiden in the Netherlands. iMindU aims to provide care with a soul. The clinic itself wants to provide a warm home away from home feeling when you find yourself or your children and family faced with mental health issues while living as an expat in the Netherlands or abroad. Therefore the clinic is furnished with items from all continents and has hospitality as one of its core values. In addition, we speak several languages and aim at no or short waiting lists. If needed or during summer and winterholidays, expats can come for an intensive diagnostics track. Digitally, iMindU offers e-health modules, e-consultation, a digital prescription service for (psycho)pharmacology, online therapy and a global transitions portfolio. This makes it easy to provide continuity over time when relocating.
We first offer a short intake by phone by a (child and adolescent)psychiatrist followed by a first face-to-face appointment with a (child and adolescent)psychiatrist to define what you need. A (child)psychiatric assessment and hetero-anamnesis with parents or spouses is a standard part of inital assessment. Depending on paperwork completed, the first meeting could take place within a week from admission. Check our waiting time on this website or contact our secretariat to inquire about availability.
Our multidisciplinary team keeps confidentiality according to professional standards and GDPR law requirements. We respect privacy issues due to your position in society. Click Privacystatement-iMindU English 2019 for our privacy statement. Moreover, our computer and software systems have been encrypted and secured in every possible way.
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Our phone number: 088-2919677 or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special online consultation for care professionals dealing with COVID-19 and emotional/mental health issues in daily work: just call us at 088-2919677. Outside office hours leave a voicemail message and/or send us an e-mail at email@example.com for us to contact you.