Overview

Overview

-Multidisciplinary, (highly) specialized, tailored mental health care for children, adolescents and (young) adults, specifically the international community.

-Waiting time for intake well within Treek norm of one month. At this moment 1 week or less depending on your own  actions necessary to complete the admission requirements. As it has been since 5 years.

-Waiting time for start of additional diagnostics and treatment zero, we immediately plan appointments depending on your and our schedule and availability. Apart from holidays there is no waiting time.

-Referral and admission (open subtab Registration package and forms) completely digital.

-First appointment requirements (open subtab under Referral and admission)

-Digital referral by GP through Zorgdomein (secured)

-We use a patientportal for secured communication, e-health modules, and video-chat

-Face-to-face and online treatment (also EMDR)

-Intensive diagnostics trajectories or treatment possible (e.g. during vacations or if needed)

– We accept international and national restitution insurance policies for adults (according to NZa Zorgprestatiemodel (ZPM) regulations; We offer uncontracted care for children, adolescents and adults for 2021 besides some municipality paid for care in Holland Rijnland. We advise you to apply for a PGB for your child at your municipality.

-We can help with PGB and ZIN applications at your municipality if necessary. If you’re not in a hurry, please make sure you apply before accepting care at iMindU to make sure you’re granted a budget for diagnostics or a.s.a.p. after starting to get a budget for treatment. It may take some time. Municipalities do not pay backwards in time.

-We have strict billing conditions, please make sure you read and understand them before you accept care at iMindU, it’s your own responsibility. If you have an international health insurance or are an ambassador or other employee at an embassy, we require a warranty (‘garantiestelling’) from that insurance company or your embassy before we start treatment and/or a direct debit authorization (‘incassomachtiging’). Several international insurance companies pay directly to iMindU. Ask your insurance company about it. Besides we ask all self-paying patients (not the ones under ZPM) for a deposit before start of intake which will be returned to you after treatment and payment of invoices. Adults under ZPM will pay as they go and receive monthly invoices in addition which can be asked to be reimbursed by the insurance company. We advise you to get 100% coverage for the NZa tariff restitution policy.

Samen beslissen hoe jouw behandeling verder gaat in tijden van corona

[Deciding together how your treatment continues in times of corona;

please click on the link above]

We follow the Covid-19 measures taken by the government AND provide continuity of care. We can meet online through zoom or have a (conference)call. We also provide online EMDR or other forms of therapy. If you need immediate psychiatric support you can always call us and we can try to find short-term solutions for you.

Our phone number: 088-2919677 or e-mail to: info@imindu.nl

In case you want someone to listen to you and we are not available you can reach De Luisterlijn (“the listening line”) 24/7 at ph. 0900-0767, mail see https://www.deluisterlijn.nl

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Patients at iMindU have the option to register for online traumasensitive yoga therapy with Esther van der Sande and colleagues, certified trainer (see Our Team). Just let us know at info@imindu.nl you’d like to participate and we will make sure you get an invitation link to join the zoom session with end-to-end encryption.

Patients at iMindU can also find free inspiration for maintaining their condition and muscle tension at the website of sportschool Rob van der Hoorn, see https://www.robvanderhoorn.nl/online-lessen-en-trainingen/

For those families looking for more ideas to empower themselves during the COVID-19 crisis, have a look at our News page.

Please also watch the video by Canadian professor Ruth Lanius when you’ve been traumatized or when you’re a care professional working under difficult circumstances during the COVID-19 outbreak.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=29&v=FfV1tn7QmXI&feature=emb_logo