Team

Dorianne Hoek

Psychologist, Owner / Founder

Welcome! My name is Dorianne Hoek and I am the founder of Psychologist to go. I started Psycholoog to go to make Psychological care more friendly and accessible. You can read here why.

I am positive and enthusiastic in life. I like to travel, dance and play soccer. From an early age I knew I wanted to become a psychologist and it was my dream to have my own office. Clients describe me as warm, understanding, supportive and operating attentive in personal contact. I am always truthful, telling it like it is, and I am always inspired to find the strengths in every individual.

After I completed my master’s degree Cum Laude at the UvA, I started working as a psychologist within the mental health sector. I have years of experience at various institutions (PsyQ, Arkin and an independent office). I have gained experience in the treatment of many different complaints (including anxiety, depression, ADHD, negative self-image, sexual complaints and relationship problems).

I too have been in therapy. Because of this, I know what it’s like to be on the other side. Therapy has given me a lot of insight and I sometimes use this experience in my conversations with clients. This often works in a very supportive way.

Dorianne Hoek

Josephine Jankowski

Psychologist

Hi! My name is Josephine Jankowski. I joined Psycholoog to go because Dorianne and I share a vision about the importance of accessible mental healthcare. I believe a more normalized approach towards mental health issues and empowering an individualโ€™s unique ways of dealing with difficulties in troubled times, are specifically important when it comes to the process of counseling or facilitating.

Besides working as a mental health professional, I love (and sometimes not love) to practice yoga and mindfulness and to use creativity (music or any other creative expression, often without a purpose) as ways to calm my own mind. I am greatly interested in how our physical bodies, our emotional experiences and our minds influence one another. In my sessions I strive to work towards a more harmonious relationship between these different aspects of our wellbeing.

For the past years I have worked as a therapist with young adults and adults with minor and major psychological symptoms amongst which psychotic disorders, ADHD, PTSD, depression, and addiction. Along with my bachelor and masterโ€™s in psychology at the UvA, I have studied a variety of subjects within the realm of mind-bodywork such as yoga and breathwork.

Josephine Jankowski

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