Mental healthcare <br/>begins with people

"I am convinced that my own experience as an expat helps me to understand and relate to difficulties experienced by the expat community ."

 

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Meet our staff

Mental health care begins with people, which is why our most unique resource is our staff of caring and deeply-committed individuals. Some have travelled thousands of miles to enhance their training and education. Others are, besides their training, either expats themselves or from international families, and they want to use their experience and skills to help our clients.

Board of directors:

Ms. Carien Pille, Managing Director

Ms. Chloé Ansari Moein, Psychiatrist/Medical Director

 

Componence Asset List

Stefanie Kooijman

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Functie Psychologist

Ms. Stefanie Kooijman is a Psychologist at PsyQ International The Hague.

Ms. Kooijman was born and raised in The Hague, to a Dutch father and a German mother. She enjoyed a multicultural upbringing, completing her primary and secondary education at an international school and proceeding to complete her Bachelor at an American university. This has allowed her to acquire a range of different languages, such as being fluent in Dutch, German and English as well as providing her with an extensive understanding of multicultural backgrounds. Thereafter she completed her Master in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University. This included a 9 months long internship at PsyQ The Hague, at the Department of Depression and the Department of Chronobiology (light-therapy), where she treated patients from various cultural backgrounds and conducted research for the Department of Bipolar Disorders regarding seasonality. Stefanie works with adults who struggle with Anxiety Disorders (panic disorder, social phobia, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety, etc.), Depression (incl. post-natal), Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorders, ADHD, work related problems (incl. burnout), Somatic problems (incl. cancer), self-esteem/ assertiveness problems, Trauma and Eating Disorders.