Laws and regulations

We work within the frameworks of the legislation and regulations.
For example, the law on the medical treatment agreement applies (WGBO)
The professional code beroepscode for psychotherapists applies.
This professional code stipulates, among other things, that everything that is discussed is treated with the utmost confidentiality.
This means that information is only given to third parties after your written consent.
Your doctor will be informed with your approval, as stated in the statement of approval.
Letters carry your signature and mine and you receive a copy.
Provision of information and exchange of information with third parties such as company doctor and / or insurance medical doctor, takes place in writing.
The information will be discussed with you in advance and you will receive a copy of the letter.
These letters also carry your signature and mine.
No information is provided to lawyers in accordance with the guidelines of the Royal Dutch Medical Association KNMG.
Data that are minimally required for reimbursement by the health insurance company are made available to the relevant authority with due observance of the aforementioned safety standards.
The professional code of the NIP is also mentioned, which is applicable.

In the BIG Register you can look up the registrations of healthcare professionals:

Medical file and confidentiality
A file is created and kept for the treatment.
All data that are important for the treatment are recorded in it.
From the age of 16 clients have the right to view their file.
Others may only view the file if you give permission in writing. You can also withdraw this permission later.
Even after your death, others are not entitled to access your file.
If certain information turns out to be incorrect, you have the right to have improvements, additions or changes made.
The file is the property of the practice and therefore cannot be taken. You can, however, get a copy of a part or of the entire file. The costs will be charged.
The file is stored for 15 years after the end of the therapy.
This is the legally required term. After this period it is destroyed.