My name is Eline van den Broeke (32 years old), and I am a psychologist. In my practice, named after the famous Murphy’s Law, I help and support people with their psychological issues. Murphy’s Law means: Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. Something a lot of my patients will recognize. I want to help them break through this negative pattern.


I have worked at all sorts of places, with all kinds of psychological issues, varying between addiction, personality disorders, elderly care, depression, anxiety, trauma and so on. Because of this, I am familiar with a lot of different psychiatric and psychological issues, both singular and co-morbid.


For me, personal development is something I value a lot. I know what it is like to get stuck in your own negative patterns and work hard to make sure I keep breaking through them. For example, as a singer I have dealt with anxiety of failure and stage fear. It took some time and hard work, but eventually, I got through this. I am also somebody who doesn’t necessarily answer to societal expectations, so I have experienced the freedom that comes with no longer trying to fit in.

This, together with my professional experience, has formed me as a psychologist.


Too often, people get stuck in thoughts about who they think they should be. I wish for people to gain the strength and confidence to become the person they want to be. I would love to be able to help with that!