To register with P&M
If you wish to register for an intake appointment at Psychotherapy & Movement, please send us an email, including the reason for your registration, at email@example.com. We will inform you about the current waiting time in our reply to your email.
To register for an intake appointment as part of the PTSD study
There is no waiting time if your previous therapist has concluded you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and you would like to participate in our study on treating PTSD. Click here for further information about the study. Do you recognise your own symptoms having read the description in this information? And are you interested in participating in the study, for which there is no waiting time, and the intake appointment at P&M, which can be planned straight away? If so, please send us an email together with the following 2 attachments: 1. A scan of the referral letter including the text ‘referral for specialised GGZ’. If your general practitioner is not sure whether the referral letter meets the requirements, you can also print out the referral letter attached here and get your GP to fill it in. You can then be sure that you have the legally correct referral letter. Referral letter P&M 2. Completed registration form for P&M (which you can download below).
To register for schema therapy
Client stop. Psychotherapy & Movement does not use waiting lists.
|Children and adolescents||0-2 weeks|
|Clients for the PTSD study||0-1 week|
|Other registered clients||1-3 weeks|
Any other questions
If you have any other questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us your question using the form below.
To reach Psychotherapy & Movement by phone
If you have any questions, please send them by email or use the form above. If you wish to contact us by phone, please call +31 (0)20-5285231. This number may also be used by colleagues for peer-to-peer consultation. P&M can be reached by telephone from Monday to Friday from 9AM to 6PM. P&M does not provide 24-hour telephone access, and does not deal with crisis or emergency situations. In an emergency, we advise you to contact your GP or GP out-of-hours service, unless you have made other arrangements with your therapist.
Contact person for the press
Members of the press can contact the Director of Healthcare, Paula de Jong. For questions, please contact her initially by email only at: email@example.com