Frequently Asked Questions
Below are answers to many questions you may have.
Is there a waiting list before I can be helped?
How does OpenUp work?
We always start with a free introduction session to find out what’s going on and whether your request for help fits in with the services of OpenUp. If that’s the case, you can start talking to each other more often. If your question doesn’t fit with OpenUp’s services, we’ll be happy to discuss alternatives with you.
OpenUp also works with a number of employers and insurance companies. In the first meeting, your psychologist can tell you exactly what arrangements have been made and what you can expect.
What is the difference between OpenUp and regular psychological treatment?
OpenUp makes psychological help accessible to everyone, so everyone can develop or maintain their mental health.
Whether you’re dealing with something small, or something big. In your work or in your personal life. Unlike regular psychological care, we do not focus on diagnoses and treatments. Therefore you do not need a referral from your doctor. OpenUp focuses on prevention and sustainable (behavioral) change. The goal is to improve your mental health.
OpenUp is not a replacement for regular psychological care. When the nature and severity of your symptoms are sufficient to make a diagnosis, we will refer you to regular care. If your request for help does not fit with OpenUp, we will gladly think along with you about alternatives. You will always receive honest advice about this.
What are the opening hours of OpenUp?
OpenUp available for you on
Mon. to Thu. from 08:30 till 21:00 CEST
Fri. from 08:30 till 17:00 CEST
Sat. from 13:00 till 17:00 CEST
Closed on the following days:
- Monday, April 5 (Easter Monday)
- Tuesday 27 April (King’s Day)
- Thursday 13 May (Ascension)
- Monday 24 May (Pentecost)
How much does OpenUp cost?
We believe that psychologists should be accessible to everyone. Therefore, the first session is always free. After that you pay €99,- for 3 consults of 25 minutes.
OpenUp also works together with a number of employers and insurers, in which case the costs are (partly) covered. During the first session, your psychologist can tell you exactly what agreements have been made and what you can expect.