Anne van den Broek

Anne van den Broek MSc (1988) is a trainee cognitive behavioural therapist and will start training to become a general healthcare psychologist) in November 2019. Anne studied psychology at Maastricht University and graduated in 2011. She started her career as a psychologist at an addiction centre in Heerlen, followed by several years working as a psychologist at a small specialised mental health practice in Zaandam. Here she gained significant experience in treating a multitude of mental health problems (mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma-based complaints etc.). After working in Zaandam, Anne made a switch and started working in Utrecht for a well-known addiction institute, Jellinek. Here she worked in an outreach team, which is a team consisting of many different disciplines, and whose members  are able to work both from the office and elsewhere. Over the years, Anne has gained experience in treating a wide range of psychological problems, and is particularly interested in treating anxiety disorders, mood disorders, trauma-related disorders and personality disorders. In her approach, she combines multiple evidence-based treatments (e.g. cognitive behavioural therapy and schema focused therapy). 

In addition to her day-to-day work, Anne finds it important to keep track of the latest developments within mental healthcare. In her work, Anne likes to focus on the main goals of the client, and what the client would like to achieve through the treatment. Anne is very interested in each individual she works with and loves to use a bit of humour where appropriate. Anne’s clients and colleagues describe her as a flexible, involved, patient, sweet, sociable and energetic practitioner. Anne works without judgment and is sincere in her communication.

For further information about Anne, see: