Thank you for taking interest in treatment at Oh My Mood.
We do our utmost to keep the waiting lists short. We currently have a waiting list of two to three months.
Referral letter: to be entitled to financial reimbursement from your health care insurance provider, you will need a referral letter from your general practitioner. Thus, we encourage you to firstly see your GP, before seeing us. During your appointment discuss the complaints that you are struggling with and inform your GP that you would like to use treatment at Oh My Mood to help you. Your GP can refer you to us through ZorgDomein, a large referral system, or write a referral letter to us.
Signing up for treatment: after we’ve received your referral and you have filled in our sign up form, you will be placed on out waiting list. Right now we have an 2 – 3 months waiting list. Make sure that you read the information in our sign up form thoroughly: if you have insurance at Avitae, Zorg&Zekerheid or AON student Polis, your treatment will not (partially) be covered.
You will receive an questionnaire from us. We use this questionnaire to learn more about you as a person, and your complaints and circumstances. After this questionnaire is filled in we will schedule an intake and screening. We wish you a warm welcome at Oh My Mood!
Register without a referral
You are welcome to register without a referral from your doctor, however, this means that you will not be entitled to any financial reimbursement from your health care insurance provider.
Once you have registered you will be contacted by our receptionist, you will be asked a few short questions about your complaints, circumstances and goals for the treatment.
An appointment will also be made for an initial interview and you will be sent a link to our screening questionnaires. We use these questionnaires so we can find out more about you as a person, your own complaints and circumstances.
This helps us to offer you more personalised treatment, targeted to your specific needs. This initial phase then ends with a discussion between you and a psychologist about what you would like to achieve in your treatment.
After this has been completed, the treatment can start.