Daphne Vlake joins our team in November 2017 as nurse practitioner in mental health. She is educated to help people with psychological complaints. For this she works closely with the doctors and psychologist Julia Hachmann.
When to see the nurse practitioner mental health?
As a nurse practitioner Daphne can guide you when you, for example, suffer from:
- Depression symptoms
- Relationship problems
- Sexual problems
- Sleeping problems
- Complaints of loneliness
- Dealing with or acceptance of a chronic condition
These symptoms and complaints are only a few examples. If you are unsure whether you can get an appointment with Daphne, you can check this with the doctor.
What to expect from the treatment?
The course of your treatment will be determined on basis of your first appointment, and is different for everyone. Daphne will then decide if she will be able to help you, or if you might better be referred to another healthcare provider.
Daphne herself can support you for example by providing insights into your situation, and by showing you how to deal with certain problems or complaints. The number of appointments will depend on the issues, there is no maximum.
How to make an appointment?
Before you can make an appointment with the nurse practitioner in mental health, you must first make an appointment with the doctor. The doctor can then refer you.
The conversations are covered by the basic insurance. Your own risk will not be addressed. This is similar to when you see the GP.
Cancel an appointment
For an appointment with the nurse practitioner in mental health we schedule at least half an hour. If you are unable to come, it is important that you cancel at least three days in advance. Your appointment can then be made available to someone else.
You can cancel an appointment in the following ways:
- At the reception during opening hours, 08.00 am – 5.00 pm
- By phone during opening hours, 08.00 am – 5.00 pm
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you do not show up for an appointment without cancelling in an adequate manner we can charge a so-called no-show fee. For more information see Missed appointment policy.