Psychologist under EHIC

Hi there,

I am a full time EU student with no income who has recently moved to the Netherlands.

My mental health is deteriorating from a previous condition which is regularly diagnosed.

I have met my GP the psychologist working there- they have referred me to a third-party counselling service with a referral note. I was wondering whether this service is covered under the European Health Insurance Card?

Thank you,

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  • This  : www.zilverenkruis.nl/.../recht-op-zorg-bij-tijdelijk-verblijf-in-nederland is on the website of Zilveren Kruis. 
    In the chapter of “ psychological care” it says ( see on the last part of this page) that “ all treatments are fully reimbursed”. But beware: Dutch citizens have always to pay the first €385 of the medical costs in each year. It seems that this is not valid for you. But I am not sure. 

    Do you have psychological problems? The first step is to visit your general practitioner (GP). He or she will determine what type of care you need. There are two options: or you will receive treatment at the GP’s office, or your GP will refer you to basic mental health care or specialized mental health care (second line).
    Basic mental health care treats mild and moderate disorders:
    You will receive care from a psychologist, psychotherapist or psychiatrist. He will determine which course of treatment you will get. All treatments are fully reimbursed. As long as your care provider lists the course of treatment and the treatment code on the bill.
    Specialist mental health care treats severe disorders:
    You will receive care from a mental health institution, psychiatrist, psychotherapist or clinical psychologist. All treatments are fully reimbursed.”

    PS the Dutch term for the simple mental health care is “ generalistische basis ggz”. =GBGGZ

    Read also this link ( general info for a EU student in the Netherlands): www.zilverenkruis.nl/.../studeren-in-nederland

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  • This  : www.zilverenkruis.nl/.../recht-op-zorg-bij-tijdelijk-verblijf-in-nederland is on the website of Zilveren Kruis. 
    In the chapter of “ psychological care” it says ( see on the last part of this page) that “ all treatments are fully reimbursed”. But beware: Dutch citizens have always to pay the first €385 of the medical costs in each year. It seems that this is not valid for you. But I am not sure. 

    Do you have psychological problems? The first step is to visit your general practitioner (GP). He or she will determine what type of care you need. There are two options: or you will receive treatment at the GP’s office, or your GP will refer you to basic mental health care or specialized mental health care (second line).
    Basic mental health care treats mild and moderate disorders:
    You will receive care from a psychologist, psychotherapist or psychiatrist. He will determine which course of treatment you will get. All treatments are fully reimbursed. As long as your care provider lists the course of treatment and the treatment code on the bill.
    Specialist mental health care treats severe disorders:
    You will receive care from a mental health institution, psychiatrist, psychotherapist or clinical psychologist. All treatments are fully reimbursed.”

    PS the Dutch term for the simple mental health care is “ generalistische basis ggz”. =GBGGZ

    Read also this link ( general info for a EU student in the Netherlands): www.zilverenkruis.nl/.../studeren-in-nederland

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