Khatun Mirsujan, MSc
working as a psychologist while waiting for BIG-registration as a psychotherapist, degree in child and adolescent psychotherapy with distinction from the 4-year postmaster training in Münster, Germany
Experience with psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults, in particular Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
During my master’s degree and 4-year postgraduate program to become a specialised psychotherapist for children and adolescents, I have worked with patients and families with a various range of disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety disorders, OCD, conduct disorders, elimination disorders) in the outpatient care as well as in the inpatient health care.
Working with children and adolescents has always been my fascination and passion since these life years play a major role in determining future behavior and personality development.
In my collaboration with patients and families, I focus on strengths and resources of families, which get easily lost in one’s own perception while going through challenges. Alongside, by figuring out together why you act and feel the way you do, it can relieve a lot of stress and make you feel gathering control over your current life situation again.
The words of the psychologist Carl Jung “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become” sum up my therapeutic attitude and why I am so wilful to make a positive difference in people’s lives.
Languages: Armenian, German (native), Dutch, English (near fluent)
Present: Monday thru Friday; E: firstname.lastname@example.org | cv see linkedin
Carien Gelderblom, MSc
teacher BSc, MDFT judge, quality officer
Having worked as a quality officer and family therapy auditor, I experienced that the client deserves quality. It is not only a duty, but it is also satisfying to be able to offer that quality, and thus give the client perspective for a better life. Any help for me starts with a sincere and not just professional interest in the patient.
For me, iMindU is a challenging working environment in which I can find this satisfaction: Carrying out careful and individualized diagnostics in a multidisciplinary team with each member having his/her own expertise. This fits in well with offering the quality of treatment that every patient deserves. For some of the patients the quality of treatment of iMindU makes it possible to receive outpatient treatment instead of having to reside in hospital or a psychiatric clinic.
My tasks and skills for iMindU currently are:
– Administration and giving interpretation of: symptom and satisfaction questionnaires (Routine Outcome Monitoring)
– Conducting attachment and parenting interviews
– Conducting WISC and WAIS tests (intelligence tests age 6 to 85 year) and other psychodiagnostics
– Coding the AMBIANCE-brief
– Incredible Years parenting course for groups of parents (with children age 2 to 12 year)
– COMET self-esteem training
– Parental guidance and family therapy
Languages: Dutch (native), English, French, German (intermediate);
E: email@example.com | cv see https://www.linkedin.com/in/carien-gelderblom-5b250a48/
Gijs van der Zalm, MSc
psychologist NIP, family therapist, coach, mediator – complaints officer for iMindU
previously also GZ and clinical psychologist, psychotherapist
Languages: Dutch (native), English, French (near fluent). Present: on appointment
AGB-code | T: 071-5619452 | M: 06-10830422 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | cv see https://www.gijsvanderzalm.nl/over-mij
Regina van Ommen, MD
In 2018 iMindU and De kinderdokters set up a collaboration. Regina van Ommen offers pediatric care to children, adolescents and their families, e.g. pharmacotherapy for children with ADHD, treatment for stomach ache, headache, airway problems and questions about growth and/or puberty. Occasionally, we have also offered pediatric consultation for anorexia nervosa and other eating disorders. If indicated pediatric consultation is integrated within multidisciplinary treatment. Using anamnesis and physical examination a diagnosis is made. Additional labs can be arranged through SCAL lab. If hospital treatment is necessary, a referral will be made by the pediatrician.
For further information see www.dekinderdokters.nl
Languages: Dutch (native), English (near-fluent)
Present: Thursdays and Fridays on appointment
BIG 49041688701 | AGB-code 03016996 | MRSC registration till | member of NVK, section social paediatrics | cv see https://www.linkedin.com/in/regina-van-ommen-779199115/
Kim Corbet, BSc
Child and Adolescent dietician
Languages: Dutch native speaker; English (intermediate), Italian (basic). Present: Fridays on appointment
AGB-code 24-001234 | KP-nr 39904597289 | cv see https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimcorbet/
Esther van der Sande, MA Psych, TCTSY-F
Body-oriented Psychodynamic psychotherapy: including in-depth guidance
Attachment issues, trauma, developmental trauma (complex trauma), accidents, processing, grief & loss, PTSD, stress coaching and counselling.
If there is something preventing you from living your life the way that feels right for you, it may at some point become increasingly prominent. That ‘something’ often dates back to your past and is usually persistent, because it is buried in a combination of unresolved issues or situations, resistance and uncomfortable habituation.
It becomes the centre of negative attention and expresses itself as dissatisfaction and disconnection from ourselves and the world around us. In your mind, you do not feel good about yourself or are insecure about whether you are good enough… To sum up, you don’t feel free to be the way you can be, naturally.
The counselling I offer can help you focus on what really needs attention. It can calm the storms of your thoughts and help you achieve peace. Your body can allow itself to relax, and the whole that you are can recognize itself as being whole again.
It requires your willingness to allow room for this restorative attention to yourself. You do not have to do it alone. As your therapist, I will listen without judgement to what you are really saying. Together with you, I look at what is difficult to face, but without triggering the responses of the past. I am there for you in what can feel painful. We then reflect on what that means in the larger context of your life.
I work from the psychodynamic view that stems from an Eastern sense of unity connected with Western practical psychological understanding. In my therapy sessions, I use a range of techniques including psychotherapy and transactional analysis (TA), mindfulness, neuro-psychotherapy, EMDR and yoga.
Together, we will take a journey until you have really experienced the result of the therapy in your daily life, as a renewed awareness of the space in your own life flow.
Together, we will use therapy to work at a pace that is comfortable for you. My goal is to make you feel better and to free you from the grip of anxiety, depression and emotional hurt. I will help you develop new skills and capabilities, to create a stronger ‘you’ in the way that you want. Many people regard this as developing a stronger ‘sense of self’.
Actually, all qualities that you need to build a stronger you, are already within you but these are sometimes pushed to the background by the events we experience in our life. Greater awareness allows us to make better and healthier choices, to feel connected and to work on the things preventing us from achieving that.
Clients who have completed therapy often feel stronger, look at life with a more positive view, find that they can take on the world again, that they enjoy life again, that energy can flow once more and that they have compassion for themselves.
Languages: Dutch (native), English (fluent). Present: on appointment
Contact Esther on email@example.com
Phone: + 31 (0) 6 11 48 50 57