Below you’ll find some answers to the questions we get asked the most. Do you have any other question? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Expat Care is a unity of 8 psychologists (an online platform) advertising their services to clients. Legally we are not a company. We are a community of professionals in private practices sharing a common goal: help clients through mental health services using their native language.
Each psychologist present on our home page is a private practitioner with a separate practice. To choose a psychologist, you can search for psychologists by special interests such as “Children Psychology” or “Couples Psychology” through the Services tab or check the home page https://expatcare.org/ for one who speaks your native language. For more information on each psychologist, click on them to see who they are and check out their website or social media for more details.
To contact a psychologist, click on them at https://expatcare.org/ to open their profile and contact them in their preferred means of contact, either by email, phone or through social media.
Like many expat psychologists in private practices across the Netherlands, our services are not covered by basic Dutch healthcare insurance (basisverzekering). However, some sessions can be covered by your employer or your insurance company. After choosing a psychologist, talk to them about this option to see how you can discuss it with your employer or your insurance company.
Expat Care is not a company. Therefore we do not employ psychologists. At the moment, we are not looking to increase our team. However you can send us a message and we will let you know if there’s a way to contribute to the platform or join us for our Expat Psychologists monthly brunch.
We can give you some legislative, payroll, etc. tips about how to be a self-employed psychologist in the Netherlands. However, note that we are not professional counselors. If you need advice, send us an email for more information on how we can help with your particular case.