Centrum ZitStil (Dutch)

Dutch-Speaking AD/HD Organization

Most Flemish professionals have a good knowledge of English so this is a valuable resource for the English-speaking people in Belgium. Some of the professionals employed by, or affiliated with, Centrum ZitStil can also be consulted in their private practice. 

Centrum ZitStil vzw.
Boomsesteenweg 508
2020 Antwerp-Kiel
Email:: info@zitstil.be

Phone: 03 830 30 25 (Mondays to Fridays from 09:00 to 12:30/
Fax: 03 825 20 72 (Monday to Friday from 9.00 till 12.30)

The main objectives of Centrum ZitStil are:

  • to offer support, education and training to people in the Flemish community of Belgium  who have AD/HD and/or related conditions;
  • to promote equal rights and opportunities for people affected by this condition, breaking down social isolation and increasing social participation;
  • to organize activities and develop and implement products, services and methods, both in the social-cultural sector and in education and training;
  • to provide personal and professional guidance and coaching for those affected by AD/HD
  • to defend the interests and rights of all people confronted by AD/HD;
  • to promote scientific research and the development of new visions and ideas; and
  • to promote social awareness and legislation.

If you need help, guidance, psychological support or a referral, please contact us as follows:

Call the AD/HD advisory line 0902 88 777 each Thursday from 9.15 to 12.15 and every 1st and 3rd Monday evening of the month from 19.00 to 21.00 (1,00 euro per minute calling with a regular telephone, maximum 10 minutes // 2,00 euro per minute calling with a mobile, maximum 10 minutes).

Consultation with a psychologist in Antwerp 40,00 euro an hour

For an appointment, call 03 830 30 25, Monday to Friday from 9.00 till 12.30

Social workers, teachers and other professionals can also ask for an advisory consultation.

Call 03 830 30 25 and ask for Martine Heiremans.

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We are a non-profit organization staffed entirely by volunteers whose aim it is to provide excellent support, resources, workshops and conferences for those affected by AD/HD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Dyslexia and other related comorbid conditions. We are thankful for all donations to help us achieve this.

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