Accessible psychotherapy for young people

TEJO BXL is the accessible psychotherapy service for young people between the ages of ten and twenty. Easily accessible because young people can come to the TEJO house at no cost, anonymously and almost immediately, after school, for example. They can have up to ten sessions of solution-oriented therapy. Through this preventive approach by professional therapists who volunteer their services, young people can receive help at an early stage.

We wish to supplement the existing psychological aid available where the waiting lists are long."

Jef De Block -  founder of TEJO BXL

TEJO BXL is located at Groendreef /rue de l’Allée Verte 16 in 1000 Brussels.

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