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Prices

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Child & Parents SESSION

 

Fee € 135, - per session 

Duration 50 min.

 

Intake interview € 200 per session 

Duration 75 min.

 

Introductory meeting (up to 20 min) is free of charge.

 

 

 

Relocation SESSION

 

Rate € 175 per session 

Duration 50 min.

 

 

Intake interview € 250 per session 

Duration 75 min.

 

Introductory meeting (up to 20 min) is free of charge.

                

 

Relocation SESSIE

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Tarief € 175,- per sessie 

Duur 50 min. 

Intakegesprek € 250,- per sessie 

Duur 75 min. 

Kennismakingsgesprek (tot 15 min) is kosteloos.

                

 

* The costs of the preparation, use of materials and training are included.

Child Model

Child session

​​Rate € 150,- per session

Duration 50 min. 

Intake € 220,- per session 

Duration 75 min. 

Introduction

(15 min) is free of charge.

Family playing

Parents session

​​Rate € 150,- per session

Duration 50 min. 

Intake € 220,- per session 

Duration 75 min. 

Introduction

(15 min) is free of charge.

Man Carrying a Box

Relocation session

Rate € 195,- per session 

Duration 50 min. 

Intake € 275,- per session 

Duration 75 min. 

Introduction

(15 min) is free of charge.

Conditions

  • Payment: is made via a digital invoice, which is sent by email after each session. The invoice must be paid within 7 days of the invoice date.

  • Cancelation: free of charge up to 24 hours before the start of the appointment. For cancellations within 24 hours before the start of the appointment, full costs will be charged.

  • More information: can be found in the General Terms and Conditions .

 

Costs and Fees

Since 2015, therapy for children has often been arranged and paid for by the municipality. Assessing and diagnosing psychiatric problems should always be done by experts. Pursuant to the Youth Act, this may be an expert employed by the municipality or as a member of a neighborhood team, but also a general practitioner, youth doctor or medical specialist. They can refer you to all forms of youth care.

 

The care provider must often be a member of a professional organization (e.g. NIP, NVO) and must be trained at a nationally recognized training. A contract with the municipality or a health insurer is also required. Some types of therapy may also be covered by your health insurer's additional health insurance. This means that municipalities are not responsible for this.

  • Insurances

The options for reimbursement of child therapy and supervision do not fall under primary medical expenses and are unfortunately still limited. Sometimes they are fully or partially reimbursed from an 'alternative care' package. Fortunately, there are more and more insurance companies that recognize the results of effective therapy programs and reimburse them in supplementary insurance packages.

Sometimes insurers reimburse on the basis of an individual leniency scheme. A 'goodwill' can be submitted with a basic insurance policy. Reimbursements then fall under 'short-term psychosocial assistance or alternative medicine'.

I am a member of a professional association that works with many insurance companies. If necessary, ask your health insurer for all options and ask for advice and tips for reimbursement in a different way.

 

Registration

I recommend that you inquire with your health insurer about the conditions for reimbursements for psychological/pedagogical help. This often asks for registrations and AGB codes. These are as follows:

 

- Psychologist

- Registered NIP

- Member of the professional association Adiona, member number 973

- AGB code 90109936 for therapists and Complementary and Supplementary care (care provider) and 90068878 (practice).

 

  • tax authorities

You can sometimes deduct the costs of the sessions as medical expenses on your tax return (psycho-social assistance/counselling). Look for this at www.belastingdienst.nl or with a personal tax advisor. 

 

  • Municipality

I have had a contract with the municipality of Amstelveen-Alsmeer since 2021. This means that reimbursement of the youth care provided by me may be possible.

Child or parent therapy can be paid for from the personal budget (PGB).


A PGB is an amount of money with which you can purchase care and guidance yourself. You choose the care providers yourself who will work for you. You make agreements with them about what needs to be done, about the days and hours on which they work for you and about the compensation you pay for this from the PGB. In this way, child therapy can also be paid for from the PGB. 

For this you can inquire at the care counter of the municipality or look at www.pgb.nl

  • Private insurance

In some cases you may be able to request reimbursement with your work/private insurance. An invoice can sometimes be sufficient for this

So ask us which route you can use to get the best compensation!

 

 
 
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