Our therapeutic approaches

The Hague Psychologist / Our therapeutic approaches
The main therapies we offer

therapies in the treatment

Cognitive therapy

Cognitive therapy, called cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) based on the idea that your thoughts cause your feelings and actions. If you change the way you think about something, you can feel or behave better even if the situation doesn’t change. This therapy helps you understand negative or false thought patterns that cause feelings and behavior.<br />


therapies in the treatment

Behavior therapy

Behavior therapy called behavior modification therapy, kind of treatment focuses on changing unwanted or unhealthy behaviors and replacing them with healthy ones. This treatment involves using a reinforcement of positive behavior.


therapies in the treatment


Psychoanalysis is a kind of treatment that encourages you to think and talk about memories and feelings from the past. The idea is that these memories will help you understand how you act and feel today.


therapies in the treatment

Couples therapy

Couples therapy or marriage counseling can help couples solve problems together, communicate in healthier ways and learn to work out differences.

Multilingual team

Not only do we offer a broad range of therapeutic approaches, but we do so in multiple languages! Our team includes professionals from all over the world. At the moment, our services are offered in English, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, and Russian. Our psychologists are native or speak at a proficient level, to ensure the best quality throughout the sessions. Whether you want to talk with someone with a similar background or someone that speaks your native language, we are here to help you. It is difficult to talk about our feelings, what bothers us, or any difficulty we are encountering at the moment – by offering multiple languages, we hope to help you express yourself in the language you feel most comfortable in. Check our team to see who is best suited for your needs!

Our area of expertise

Our area of expertise is the mind and the way it affects our behavior and well-being. The practice aims to prevent, diagnose, and treat mental illness. How well you cope with life – your mental health – is just as important as your physical health. Worry, stress, and anxiety affect everyone, but if you feel overwhelmed, unable to cope, unable to make good decisions, and experience difficulties achieving a fulfilling relationship, you need help.

Therapy is a powerful tool that promotes positive change, healing, and personal growth. We all can become better people. However, the limits we place on ourselves may severely restrict our own happiness. Therapy can help you refocus, visualize the life you want to live, set meaningful treatment goals, and develop the skills needed to reach them. It can help people break free from maladaptive patterns, better understand themselves, resolve painful memories, become more confident, and improve their relationships.

Therapy is the one place where you can be listened to without bias and with deep understanding.