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Psychiatrist Vacancy

Private Psychotherapy Practice, based in Amstelveen

We’re looking for a Psychiatrist

Orthodox Jewish, male, with a clear interest in psychotherapy, in particular psychodynamic thinking, who wants to come and work in our practice as successor to our current psychiatrist who will be retiring. We are a private psychotherapy practice (seven staff members), based in Amstelveen, on the border of Amsterdam, situated in the heart of the Jewish community. We work closely together in an amicable atmosphere.

Our main viewpoints are

  • We avoid working by protocol, every treatment with us is tailor-made.
  • Treating our patients humane is paramount, we don’t go along with the ‘culture of rules’ which is so often leading in the medical world.
  • Our attitude towards our patients is first and foremost based on Chesed. Kindness and compassion towards our patients take central place in our way of working.
  • Torah wisdom is used as an essential addition to treatment. And for part of that wisdom we take inspiration from Chassidism.

What we offer

Setting working days and hours is open for discussion. The activities will consist mainly of psychotherapy, combined with pharmacotherapy and psychodiagnostics.

There is ample room for further deepening of knowledge and skills. Learning takes central stage in our practice, conform Jewish values.

There is in-depth intervision twice a week. On top of this, the current broadly experienced psychiatrist and an experienced psychoanalytic supervisor provide a thorough and profound passing down of knowledge.

If interested, please ask for Z. Haas. For references, please ask for Y.U. Dunner.

For more information about the practice, please visit our website: www.haasvelleman.nl/en

Z. Haas, psychotherapist | J.N. Velleman, psychiatrist | S.C.R. de Boer, psychotherapist | M.J. van Hoof, psychiatrist | L.R. Haas, psychiatric nurse

Biesbosch 79A | 1181 HX Amstelveen | T +31 20 625 77 98 | info@haasvelleman.nl

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