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Online Psychologists, Therapists & Counsellors

Becoming an expat is a wonderful experience but for many - men or women, adults or children, single or in a relationship / married - migrating and adjusting to expat life comes with emotional difficulties that could lead to loneliness, depression, anxiety, anger, stress, alcoholism, sleep disorders and more. 

Apart from mental health problems, expats may also experience self-development or career difficulties (e.g. burnout), relationship problems, trust issues and others that could benefit from professional help.

Here’s a list of expat-friendly counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists in different Dutch cities and online to help you, your friends or your family members who suffer from mental health issues in English and/or other languages.

  • Expat Nest offers professional online counselling to internationals. Our services are accessible, convenient, flexible and reliable. Our qualified counsellors are familiar with the mobile life and offer emotional support in several languages, including English, Greek, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Chinese.  Our vision is to bring joy and inspiration to expats around the world. Get a free 15-minute session.

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  • At Ten Bruggencate Counseling, I work with clients to develop tools and techniques to achieve a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.  We will work together to develop a plan increasing whole-health, including emotional, physical, nutritional, and personal goals. This may include trauma processing, family sessions, or partner sessions, and addresses the unique challenges faced by expats. 

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  • Ophélie Reisler, a clinical psychologist working in French, offers one-to-one sessions with adolescents and adults, no matter where you are. Psychotherapy sessions are given via Skype. Ophélie has experience in the treatment of issues related to immigration and expatriation, identity and life stages, anxiety and depression. She specialises in working with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and eating disorders.

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