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Student psychologist situated in Leiden

STUDENT PSYCHOLOGIST

I’m passionate about helping students get to know different facets of themselves and discover their values, identities, and strengths. I enjoy navigating this time with international students to thrive and prepare for meaningful lives as adults.

Student psychologist situated in Leiden & The Hague. Both locations are very accessible and easy to approach. You are welcome to come by to discuss any problems you might have not only concerning the study but also any mental difficulties you encounter. The support offered by the student psychologist and is intended for any students, PhD candidates, guest, families or friends.

As a therapist my goal is to provide you with the appropriate techniques used in maintaining trusting relationships, and feelings of self worth. These will be tailored especially to you, while improving the quality of your life.

Let me help you to get that ``I feel great smile`` we often seek when we have to face our unpleasant issues. . .

EMAIL: info@expatspsychologist.com
Tell: 06-102 78 651

  • therapy

  • counseling

  • coaching

  • support

A Few Words About Help

Contact the Student Psychologist

If you are in need of personal contact about e.g. personal problems (if you are feeling lonely or depressed, suffering from procrastination, having trouble with parents, a relationship or fellow students) and doubts about your choice of study, or just want to talk. . .

Being a student can be stressful enough, but trying to juggle schoolwork and other responsibilities while experiencing mental illness can make it that much harder. But students can work through many challenges and still perform well in their studies. The student psychologist helps and guides students with personal and study-related problems, for example, if you suffer from anxiety, depression or negative thoughts during your studies or if you can not concentrate because you are mourning a person close to you.

A Few Words About your Support

Support during your study

Not everyone experiences smooth ride towards the finish line. Everyone feels a bit out of sorts sometimes. You can notice this in various ways: from fear of failure, procrastination and problems with planning to eating disorders, stress, gloominess and even depression. Does this sound familiar? You are not alone.
Therapy, also called psychotherapy or counseling, is the process of meeting with a therapist to resolve problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, relationship issues, and/or somatic responses (sensations in the body). Beginning therapy can be a big step toward being the healthiest version of yourself and living the best life possible—no matter what challenges you may be facing. Through therapy, you can change self-destructive behaviors and habits, resolve painful feelings, improve your relationships, and more.

anxieties

childhood trauma

stress

low self-esteem

fear of failure

depression

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What I Love about Being a Psychologist

What I Love about Being a Psychologist

Drs. T.P. (Taya) slobodjaniuk

(Student Psychologist)

First of all I love working with people, it is a total joy and blessing in my life. I love being able to watch them grow and diminish the pain they originally came into my office with. Life is to be enjoyed, and the pain, no matter how great can be temporary . I love being a part of giving people back their voices or control in their lives. Also, being a part of equipping people with the ability to deal successfully with future hurdles is such a joy. Finally, I value the blessings I receive by having had the opportunity to get to know my clients, and to have them in my life no matter how short that may be.

I view psychotherapy as one of the greatest investments an individual can make in themselves. I respect all those who make that investment as it takes great courage to face what can often be overwhelming life-long problems with your self-esteem, relationships, and other difficulties in functioning.

  • Schipholweg 103, 2316 XC, Leiden
  • Nicolaas Tulpstraat 69, The Hague
  • Phone : 06-102 78 651
  • Email : info@expatspsychologist.com

Everyone at some time in their life finds themselves facing challenges that can seem overwhelming and at times even hopeless. I am always excited when a new person decides to reach out to me in order to try out some counseling. The counseling relationship is a unique one, that I have seen time after time lead to meaningful change and healing. I am inspired daily by witnessing the perseverance and unique strengths of so many people; getting them through difficult times and getting back to a life engaged with their passions, talents, and meaningful relationships. With a bit of self-reflection and compassion, together we can find the unique solutions and skills tailored to your needs. I bring an approach that puts judgments aside in order to “do what works” , while going “deep” into experiences when it can bring about new perspective and desired change. Student Psychologist situated in Leiden & The Hague.

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I believe that people are the experts in their own lives

My approach to helping

Drs. T.P. (Taya) slobodjaniuk

(Student Psychologist)

I believe in helping my clients to dig deep within to discover their own unique guiding principles. I believe that everyone has the power within to succeed and take ownership of their life in order to accomplish their goals. I will help you learn to know yourself on a deeper level - to discover your strengths and weaknesses, and to have healthier and more fulfilling relationships. I use many different treatment modalities and will adjust based on the need of the client. I believe in meeting my clients where they are at and acting as a facilitator towards positive change. I practice at two locations Leiden & The Hague.

  • Schipholweg 103, 2316 XC, Leiden
  • Nicolaas Tulpstraat 69, The Hague
  • Phone : 06-102 78 651
  • Email : info@expatspsychologist.com