Who do we treat?
For a long time, you have been struggling with mental health problems - depression, anxiety disorder, addiction or trauma. But you have not been able to find the right help. Do you want to maintain change in your behavioural patterns? Are you really serious about working on your condition and underlying issues? U-center mental health centre provides an intensive programme to give you a new perspective on life. You can turn your life around and recover your mental health with us in just seven weeks. Make your U-turn at U-center, where real change begins.Read more about who we treat
Who we treat
Usually several problems occur together and are related. They can also provoke or reinforce one another. U-center specialises in treating two or more co-occuring mental health conditions together.
Somatic symptom disorder
Personality disorderRead more
Internet, gaming, gambling & sex
Behavioural addictionRead more
Working together on the real problem
At U-center we treat the person, not just the condition. Mental disorders and addiction often come together. We are experts when it comes to co-occurring conditions. We help you to understand how you got here, what the underlying problem is and how to address it. At our clinic, you receive personalized treatment to sustain you for life, taking into account family, relationships and work.Read more about our approach
U-center is an expert in comorbidity We treat everything at once
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News & blogs
How to recover from PTSD | Veterans Day 2022
Trauma is often something that doesn't only influence you: it also has a lot of influence on your family and friends. Some soldiers know all about that. Just like, for example, police officers and victims of sexual violence and accidents. “Fortunately, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) can often be treated effectively and quickly,” says U-center psychologist Yaël Smeets (30).
Involve your family and friends in mental problems | Mental Health Awareness Week 2022
“'I had a black dog, his name was Depression'. Have you ever seen that video?” says Jos Smans (62), social worker at U-center. “That always impresses family and friends. That makes depression so miserable and lonely, but you need the other person to get out of it.” He, therefore, shares three tips for Mental Health Awareness Week 2022: how do you involve others in your mental problems? And what if you're on your own?
What everyone should know about food & mental health | World Health Day 2022
Mental health care often pays little attention to the importance of healthy eating. While more and more is known about how nutritious food can be for your mind. U-center chef Marc Peters (42) tells you how it works and how U-center implements healthy food. He also reveals two of his secret cooking tips. After all, today is World Health Day 2022, the annual theme day of the World Health Organization (WHO).