Sophie Tromp

Clinical psychologist


In 2013, I graduated as a clinical psychologist from the Catholic University of Leuven. To further enrich my horizons, I then obtained a master’s degree in Commercial Science and rolled into the financial sector. After several years of working as an analyst for large companies, I could no longer ignore the fact that I did not feel at home in this sector and missed psychology immensely.

After an intense personal search process, I decided to follow my heart and take the leap back. Meanwhile, I work as an independent clinical psychologist and have worked as a volunteer psychologist for TEJO Brussels and Handicap International Belgium. In 2021, I started a specialization in client-centered psychotherapy at KU Leuven to further expand my professional knowledge and working framework.

Vanuit mijn eigen persoonlijke zoektocht weet ik hoe spannend het kan zijn om de stap naar psychologische hulpverlening te zetten en dat verandering om moed en tijd vraagt. As such, I hope to be able to bring my clients closer to themselves and help them (re)discover what makes life truly meaningful and fulfilling.

In my free time I prefer to go out with my dog and find relaxation in good books and movies, good food and socializing with friends.