If you're interested in learning more about my professional background and how I work as an online psychiatrist, I invite you to check out this "About Me" page. I've included a number of articles that talk about my background, clinical experience, and the specific areas of mental health and executive coaching for business professionals that I specialize in.
One thing you'll notice is that I use a variety of treatment modalities in my practice, including EMDR, ACT, and positive psychology. I've explained what each of these approaches is and how they can be used to help with different mental health concerns.
One of the things that I'm really excited about is the fact that I work exclusively online. This allows me to be more flexible and convenient for my patients, and it eliminates a lot of the barriers that can prevent people from accessing mental health care. Plus, it provides a level of anonymity that some people really appreciate.
So if you're interested in learning more about me and the work I do, please check out my posts below. And if you have any questions or just want to say hi, don't hesitate to reach out!
Michiel Bosman MD
Consultant Psychiatrist & Executive Coach
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