Registration for adults
Registration adultsYou can register by e-mail: email@example.com
You will be contacted as soon as possible after your telephone or written registration to assess whether assistance can be offered.
If this is not the case, advice for referral will be given.
A treatment can only start if:
1. A referral letter from the general practitioner for 'psychotherapy' or 'clinical psychology is submitted.
2. The registration form with the personal data has been completed and returned.
Here you will find the intake form.
When all the data has been received, a file can be created and the first interview can take place.
A so-called ROM system is used to measure the effectiveness of the treatment.
For further information see: Information for clients on ROM questionnaires.
From 1 January 2017, every GGZ provider - whether contracted or not - is obliged under the Care Quality, Complaints and Disputes Act (Wkkgz) to provide ROM data for GGZ to adults (within the Health Insurance Act) to SBG. You will be asked to complete a questionnaire around the intake procedure, three months after the start of the treatment and at the end of the treatment.
Intake procedureThe first and sometimes second meeting is all about acquaintance and problem inventory.
For (young) adults who still live at their parental home, the preference is to have a joint start with the parents.
The intake procedure is concluded with an advisory meeting, in which a further diagnostic process is discussed or the diagnosis is presented with an appropriate treatment proposal. Subsequently, a treatment agreement is concluded. It is important that we look at what you would like to work on. The consultation is a crucial moment to coordinate, clarify expectations and goals, and determine the treatment method.
It is both desirable and usual for the referring doctor and the GP to be informed of the findings by sending a 'GP letter'.