Effective treatment

U-center values measuring and improving

Treatment effects

Our treatment results are monitored with using Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM). Treatment effectiveness measured as a reduction in complaints is expressed as a DeltaT value. The DeltaT score is the average improvement made by all U-center clients based on results before and after treatment. 

U-center also measures the effectiveness of its treatment over the longer term. Our follow-up study shows that clients continue to improve in the year after treatment at U-center. Treatment has a lasting effect.

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Why choose U-center?

U-center can help your employee exercise more control in his or her life. The most important reasons to follow an effective programme of treatment at U-center are:

  • At U-center we treat the person, not just the condition
  • Personal treatment, by committed therapists with compassion and courage
  • U-center is one of the few mental health centres in the Netherlands that treats comorbid psychological disorders simultaneously
  • Effective, integrated and simultaneous treatment of main disorders and underlying issues
  • U-center can provide treatment entirely in English
  • Rapid reintegration and short absence from work
  • 64% of our clients without employment are working within a year
  • Significantly better and lasting treatment effectiveness and high client satisfaction
  • U-center relieves referrers in the process of referral, screening and triage
  • No waiting times for initial screening and triage
  • Treatment can most of the times start within two to four weeks
  • Short-term intensive full-day programme of seven weeks
  • A wide selection of therapies
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Restores personal values and relationships
  • A home from home: a hospitable, welcoming environment with a restaurant providing delicious and healthy food, comfortable
  • Accommodation and sports facilities in beautiful countryside
  • Scientifically proven
  • Evidence-based methodology and interventions