Sarah Lou Psychology
Hello, my name is Sarah Lou, and I am a French psychologist working with English-speaking expats based in the Netherlands.
I combine my psychology training and experience as an expat to help others with their personal problems through a client-centred approach. I treat every person as an individual, taking into account the multi-faceted aspects of their life to help them set and reach their own personal goals. I believe as humans, we are all going through our personal journey and no issue is too big or too small. We all deserve to be able to achieve acceptance and understanding within ourselves and can always benefit from a little help along the way.
I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in Canada and my Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology from Utrecht University. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Applied Behaviour Analysis and supplement this experience with my knowledge in Acceptance Commitment Therapy and mindfulness practices. I gained my experience from working with children with learning and behavioural difficulties and later on with adults dealing with various mental health difficulties. Today, I am a member of the Netherlands Institute of Psychology (NIP) and work primarily online with expat adults based in the Netherlands.
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About Sarah Lou Psychology
Are you feeling overwhelmed, lonely, anxious, lost, depressed? Are you struggling with the daily tasks in your life? Is your relationship, social life, work environment taking its toll on you? Are you struggling with finding direction, motivation, focus? Is everything seemingly going well but you find yourself curious as to how you could develop yourself further? There is no right or wrong reason to start going to therapy.
At Sarah Lou Psychology we will sit down together and discuss your issues and concerns and work towards developing a clear focus and goals for your therapeutic process. The sessions are approached from a client-centered, integrative and collaborative perspective. This means that your individual needs and goals along with your environment, relationships and cultural background will all be explored so as to create a personalized therapeutic process that suits you.
The therapy sessions will integrate various concepts from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). While all have been shown to be beneficial in treating various issues, their aspects can be more or less suitable for each person and so will be adapted collaboratively to an individual’s needs. In general terms, therapy will involve exploring the various thought processes, behaviours and coping mechanisms you may have and the potential changes that can be made so as to reach acceptance and well-being in various facets of your life.
Book a session
Fill out the contact form below to schedule a free 15 minute consultation call.
After the call, if we are both happy to move forward we will book a first initial intake session together.
Online Intake Session (60 minutes) - €50
Online Therapy Session (60 minutes) - €60
You will be charged 50% of the session fee for cancelling less than 24 hours before and 100% for a no show.
Sessions are not covered under Dutch Insurance Plans. International insurances may cover a portion of the fees depending on your provider. International insurances often function through a pay then claim basis.
All information shared within the sessions and patient files are completely confidential. Breaking confidentiality only takes place under the condition that the patient is a potential harm to themselves or others or if it is obligated through a court order. I adhere to The Netherlands Code of Ethics for Psychologists.
MSc Clinical Psychology, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
BSc Psychology, McGill University, Canada.
Applied Behaviour Analysis Training, Montreal, Canada.
Registered with The Netherlands Institute of Psychology (NIP).