June 7, 2018

Stronger together

Performance anxiety, loneliness or a sense of being overwhelmed are all perfectly normal if you take on the challenge of studying abroad. But when these emotions prevent you from functioning as you would like, it might be time to look for a little help.

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May 4, 2018

Birgit Veskioja – a practice for internationals

Anyone starting their own business faces a lot of hurdles. And it’s even more difficult if you come from another country and you don’t know all the rules, conditions and facilities. That’s what Birgit Veskioja found out as she was setting up her own practice in psychology, which recently opened its doors in Maastricht. With the help of resources like the Business Contact Point (BCP), the StartersCentrum Limburg, and the Holland Expat Centre South (HECS), she found her way. ‘I was surprised that there was so much information available.’

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April 16, 2018

Breaking Maas

Mental problems such as depression and burnout are common phenomena among university students. Do not be afraid to reach out for help! Here is an informative video with an international psychologist who raises awarness about the mental problems in Maastricht.

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June 3, 2017

Life in Maastricht

My name is Birgit Veskioja. I am an English, Estonian-speaking psychologist based in Maastricht. I want to help the international community in the Maastricht region with their psychological and personal problems. I work with individuals but also with families. I am a registered psychologist in Netherlands and a member of The Dutch Association of Psychologists (NIP).

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