Marijn Voorend

Marijn Voorend, MSc (1992) is a GZ-psychologist and is in training to become a Psychotherapist since October 2022. Marijn has been working at Psychotherapy & Movement since January 2021 and has gained the necessary experience in treating various problems. She has special affinity with treating trauma-related symptoms. Marijn finds a sense of security and involvement one of the most important aspects of treatment.

Marijn Voorend

Marijn studied psychology at Utrecht University and graduated as a psychologist in 2015. After this she started working in clinical addiction care in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Subsequently, she worked for a number of years in outpatient addiction care in Amsterdam where she also treated comorbid problems (anxiety and mood disorders, trauma and personality problems) in addition to the addiction. In addition, Marijn worked for a period as self-employed in the so called basic mental health care, where she treated mild psychological problems.

Marijn Uses various evidence-based treatment techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), schema therapy (SFT) and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Because of her training to become a psychotherapist, she will also further develop psychotherapeutic skills that will shape her treatments.

In her free time, Marijn likes to engage in various sports and finds relaxation by walking in nature and being in the company of friends.

Marijn about working at Psychotherapy & Movement:

I really like the personal approach of our clients at Psychotherapy & Movement. This corresponds with the collegial atmosphere that prevails on our work floor. I am very pleased with the quality of care we provide to our clients. Such as the care with which diagnostic research is carried out. In this way, a good image is formed of the complaints and problems that the client reports, and an appropriate and personal treatment plan is drawn up on this basis. In addition, I experience Psychotherapy & Movement as a stimulating work environment where enthusiasm for the profession and trust are paramount and we can further develop ourselves as psychologists. For example, after completing the study to become a GZ-psychologist I was able to immediately start with the study to become a psychotherapist.

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