About

 
 

ABOUT

 

THE PRACTICE

Van Bilsen Help is a private practice offering cognitive behaviour therapy, psychological therapy and mindfulness training. The aim is to assist our clients in acquiring the skills so they can lead their life to the full. We really want our clients to become their own best therapist!

We can assist you in overcoming problems with:

o Feeling depressed
o Feeling anxious
o Feeling stressed
o Having lost your joy in life
o Problems with sleep
o Family and couple stress
o Addictive behaviours

Van Bilsen Help can offer assistance in face-to-face sessions in our consulting rooms in Richmond, Invercargill. Individual and couples therapy sessions are also possible via video conferencing, for which we prefer to use ‘ZOOM”.

Van Bilsen Help is a private practice which means that our clients are responsible for paying the fees.

 

Psychology Therapy Invercargill

 

OUR THERAPISTS

Lynne Van Bilsen- Psychologist Inveracrgill

Lynne Van Bilsen

Lynne has more than 40 years’ experience in mental health. She started her professional life as a mental health nurse in New Zealand. After moving to the UK she started and completed her training into cognitive behaviour therapy. She achieved a qualification as accredited cognitive behaviour therapist, supervisor and trainer with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
Lynne has a wealth of experience, in the public and private sector. She is a gifted clinician and can assist people to bring meaningful and lasting change to their lives. Lynne specialises in offering cognitive behaviour therapy for people who have problems with feeling depressed, anxious, stressed, sleep and family/couple stress. She also facilitates Mindfulness training.

Henck Van Bilsen - Psychologist Invercargill

Henck Van Bilsen

Henck qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1978 in the Netherlands. He specialised in cognitive behaviour therapy and systems therapy. He has worked in the public and private sector. He specialises in addictive behaviours and chronic problems. He has worked in the Netherlands (where he achieved accreditation as a psychologist-psychotherapist and as a cognitive behaviour therapist), the United Kingdom (where received the accreditation as a cognitive behaviour therapist, supervisor and trainer with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive therapies). He is an experienced clinician with a clear vision on what needs to change and how it can be achieved.