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Therapy at home

Why at home?

For some people it can be difficult to travel to a practice. This can be for physical, psychological or social reasons. That's why I offer therapy at home. This way you don't have to travel and you can still receive therapy. 

Amount of sessions

In general, the trajectory will consist of 10 to 12 sessions. This can be longer or shorter based on your request for help.

For who?

Everyone can benefit from art therapy. I work with people from 5 years old

You can contact me with many questions for help. Autism Spectrum disorder, burnout, bereavement, depression, etc. Everyone is welcome with me. 


I charge 55 euros* per hour, including travel time.

You can opt for a 1-hour session: 55 euros

Or a session of 1.5 hours: 80 euros.

What does the therapy look like?

I will first have an introductory meeting to see where your needs lie. Then we make three artistic works together. From our conversations and the artistic works I make a treatment plan. I will discuss this with you and then we will get to work. In the last session we evaluate the trajectory and say goodbye. 


In general I work independently. If more care providers are involved and you feel the need to coordinate the care, this can be discussed with you and the care providers. 

*This amount is exclusive of VAT. Also, as an exception, this amount does not apply to therapy under a PGB. The reason for this choice is because each municipality determines its own rates for different amount of care. Negotiations with the municipality will aim for the above amount.

When is art therapy not suitable?

There are instances where art therapy is less suitable.  Practice Otterspoor excludes treatment based on the following criteria:

  • With a need for (very) intensive personal guidance that goes beyond the regular guidance available;

  • With very intensive physical care questions;

  • Where there is involuntary care in accordance with the Care and Force Act;

  • Who do not accept the help of Praktijk Otterspoor;

  • Who discriminate against other clients or fellow healthcare providers;

  • With severe loss of decorum, verbal and non-verbal aggression;

  • Behavior that cannot be influenced by frequent positive attention;

  • With aggression problems or sexually undesirable behavior that is unsafe for the environment or care provider;

  • With total disorientation in time, place and person;

  • With a clinical treatment need;

  • With serious psychiatric problems, which, for example, require a closed admission;

  • Who exhibit suicidal behavior;

  • With current (soft) drug and/or alcohol addiction;

  • With a current and serious eating disorder that first requires admission or treatment to a hospital and/or a clinical setting.

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