Practice location: iMindU, Rapenburg 34A, 2311 EX LEIDEN (intake)
Per July 14th location Schipholweg 103 will also be available.

During holidays we are less available but this depends per team member. In case you need an extensive diagnostic evaluation, medication, a statement, IQ-test, please contact us in time to allow planning ahead.

In case of a longer absence of our (child and adolescent) psychiatrist dr. Marie-José van Hoof a colleague is available for consultation at the practice. For the summer this will be Agnes Ligeon, child and adolescent psychiatrist.

Office hours: 8.45 a.m. -4 p.m. Monday thru Friday Central European Time. We have a break between 12 -1 pm each day and cannot be reached by phone then, only in case of emergency or for intercollegiate consultation. You can e-mail us at For new admissions please call us on Tuesday or Thursday between 2-3 p.m.. If you call outside these hours for a new admission we will ask you to comply with the admission hours.

Phone: +31-(0)88-2919677 between 8.45 a.m. – 4 p.m.. Break from 12-1 pm. New admissions please call between 2-3 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, not on holidays.
E-mail: We will try to get back to you within 2-3 working days.

Please note
We try to get back to you as soon as possible. However, please allow 2-3 business days for us to contact you.

Outside office hours (evenings/nights after 4 p.m.- 8.45 a.m., weekends and holidays) please contact your GP or the ‘doktersdienst’. The Psychiatric First Aid (PEH) of GGZ Rivierduinen is available 24/7, Sandifortdreef 19, Leiden. The GP first needs to call them. Please be aware of Dutch holidays. We don’t react to your calls and e-mails after hours, on weekends and holidays.

Google map, travel directions, parking

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Paid parking for Rapenburg 34A, Leiden is available at a 7-minutes-walk distance, at parking lots Morspoort and Haagweg or at Molen De Valk. The Haagweg provides a free shuttle to Rapenburg (museum route) and stops in front of the Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden) at the corner of where the practice is.

When you come by car there is only one direction you can take to arrive at our clinic location: Haagweg – Noordeinde- Rapenburg – first bridge on the left hand side – over the bridge turn right (dead end part of Rapenburg).You can drop off people but parking is licensed only.

If you come by train it’s a 12 minute walk from the train station to our clinic location.

On foot and by bike the clinic location at Rapenburg can be reached from all directions. Please lock your bike, if possible to a railing.

New, additional location at Schipholweg 103, Leiden:
Per July 14th we can also use a few units at Crown Business Center Key-Point II at Schipholweg 103, 2316 XC LEIDEN. This location has a free parking lot for a few visitors. Please mention your arrival at the reception desk. During waiting time you can have a drink in the restaurant and sit in the lobby. For those who are disabled and need to use an elevator this location can be used to meet.
Paid parking can be found at the Parmentierweg behind the GGD building and along the road.

Routebeschrijving naar Schipholweg 103

Doorbell, door, staircase and waiting room at Rapenburg 34A
Please ring the lowest doorbell om the right hand side. It’s a video doorbell for your and our security. Since it’s a historic building, please be patient for the door to be opened and close the door well behind you. It may happen that we don’t hear the bell ringing, so if no one reacts after you touched the bell, try again after a few minutes and/or call us. Please take the staircase to the first floor. We regret there is no elevator in the building. Though there is a bench when you walk into the building, the waiting room is on the first floor.

Repeat medication, diagnosis/medication/Schengen statements

For repeat medication prescriptions, diagnosis, medication or Schengen statements, requests must be received by phone or e-mail before noon (12 o’clock midday) in order to allow for the prescription or statement to be processed in time if you need it that day. For requests that are late or at the last minute we cannot guarantee immediate prescription or processing of the statement. Allow 24 hours. Therefore, better make sure you have enough medication till your next appointment. Please request medication or a diagnosis or Schengen statement at least 2-4 weeks before you go on holiday, otherwise the CAK cannot proceed your request in time. Also, pharmacies may need at least 24 hours’ notice to have your medication available.

Please be aware that we will not give out statements but will provide you with a letter mentioning your diagnosis or medication which you can decide to show to third parties, as we are not allowed to make statements according to the KNMG guidelines.

If you cancel or reschedule an appointment within less than 24 hours’ notice (or before the weekend or a holiday), please be aware this is considered ‘no show’ and will be charged in any case. See our ‘no show’ policy.

In case of emergency

Outside office hours (after 4 p.m. and before 8.30 a.m., during evenings, nights, weekends) and during holidays please contact your general practitioner when help or crisis intervention is needed for a referral to the Psychiatric First Aid (PEH) at GGZ Rivierduinen, available 24/7 which may refer you to a (youth) mental health clinic or available psychiatrist.

Additional information:
Director: Marie-José van Hoof, MD PhD MSc
BIG 79044437901
AGB code praktijk: 3095456
KvK nr. 67312969
ING bank rek. nr. NL17 INGB 0008885787

Languages spoken: Dutch, English (near)fluently by all; German, French, Spanish, Italian, Armenian – level depending on individual team member, some speak fluently.

Member of several professional Dutch, European and international societies: KNMG/FMS, NVvP, NVP, NVK, NIP, NtVP/ESTSS, VKJP, VEN, NVO, VVPAO, ZP Jeugd, FNL, SEAS, IACAPAP.