You get stuck on your mental functioning. You experience life equally difficult. There is depression, anxiety, you eat and sleep poorly and you don't know what to do with this. You find it important that you can talk to someone who knows your culture well. Bee Synthese do we have the experience to
You can ask your GP for a referral letter for your mental complaints. You can always schedule a no-obligation introductory meeting with us. We take your language and culture into account.
Intake phase Synthese
At Synthese we start the intake phase when we have received your referral letter from the general practitioner. We take the time to listen to you. We also conduct various questionnaires, so that we get an overview of all complaints. We inform you of your rights and obligations.
The intake phase is concluded with the psychiatric examination. This is taken by a doctor, often the psychiatrist. As a coordinating practitioner, the psychiatrist is responsible for the treatment process. You may also need to be prescribed (temporary) medication.
Multidisciplinary consultation (MDO)
Now that the intake phase has been completed, the treatment team briefly discusses the case study. In addition, the final choice of treatment provider as well as the treatment goals and treatment methods are discussed beforehand. This happens in an internal consultation where you are not present, the MDO.
During the consultation, our practitioner will discuss the proposed treatment plan with you. This contains the requests for help, the treatment goals and also how we want to approach them (treatment methods). The care interventions used can be viewed under care provision. If you agree to this, there is a treatment agreement and we can start the treatment. We will send a GP letter to your GP for notification.
Treatment phase Synthese
Treatment may consist of individual therapy and/or group therapy. In addition, there may or may not be medical support. This is all in the treatment plan. During the course of the treatment, it may happen that a treatment plan has to be adjusted, according to your or our wishes. We always discuss this together.
During the treatment we reach a point where your complaints will decrease. We can stop the treatment at your or our request. We usually discuss this together. We make a few more appointments for "finger on the pulse" contact, so that we can be there for you in case a relapse occurs.
After the aftercare phase, your complaints have decreased and there is sufficient stabilization in your mental health. We will have a final conversation and after that you are officially finished. We close your file and we send a letter of discharge to your GP for notification.