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Utrecht University has its own team of psychologists devoted to supporting students from all faculties, including University College Utrecht students. The psychologists are experienced in treating students from the Netherlands and abroad, in a range of personal and health issues, including some specialist areas.
After your initial intake meeting, and depending on the nature of your case, you will be advised on further treatments. No referral is required to make an appointment — you may simply contact Student Services directly yourself.
You may also consult your General Practitioner GP with questions or concerns about mental health. There are, of course, many other healthcare professionals in Utrecht and throughout the country, who offer consultations in psychology and various therapies. The University does not make specific recommendations, though a basic internet search reveals a of practitioners, including some with experience in counselling UCU students in English or Dutch.
Some are listed in the International Therapist Directory.
This website is not a recommendation from or collaboration with the UU, but is simply a public resource. The university continues to recommend that all your health matters are channeled through your own GP. Do not hesitate to call this - if you or somebody you know is contemplating suicide, or is feeling desperate. Help is available in English and Dutch. Altrecht is a specialist mental health support organisation in Utrecht.
English can be used and translators for other languages can be provided if necessary. Outside office hours you can also seek referral via the Huisartsenpost Central Doctors Post where a doctor is always on call. The British mental health charity Mind is an excellent source of further information about mental wellbeing, as well as offering all kinds of specific advice and self-help resources. The Dutch organization PsyQ offers a range of mental healthcare support to Dutch and international students.
Transgender Network Netherlands and Transgender Info are good sources of information and guidance on transgender issues. These websites are in Dutch, though the staff are able to offer support in English. The website is in Dutch and in English. You can simply write to them via the website to make an appointment.
Students with concerns over their own drug or alcohol ab use, or that of others, can make direct contact with Jellinek substance abuse support centrewith an office nearby in Utrecht. Professional guidance Utrecht sex chats advice is offered in Dutch or English. The Student Life Officer can also bring you into contact with drugs and addiction counsellors. Psychologists Utrecht University has its own team of psychologists devoted to supporting students from all faculties, including University College Utrecht students. Find out more about the psychologists, and scheduling an appointment.
The university continues to recommend that all your health matters are channeled through your own GP Specialist Types of Support, Further Information and Self-Help Suicide Prevention Suicide Prevention is the national Dutch suicide prevention centre, which employs psychologists, psychiatrists and a large group of fully trained volunteers who provide round-the-clock confidential support through chats and phone calls.
GGZ Nederland Dutch Association of Mental Health and Addiction Care is the sector organisation of specialist mental health and addiction care providers in the Netherlands Transgender Transgender Network Netherlands and Transgender Info are good sources of information and guidance on transgender issues. Do you have a question or remark about this ?
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