My husband and I are thinking about moving to (and retiring in) Czech Republic. My husband is a Czech citizen (native Czech speaker), though he has been living in the USA for about 30+ years. I am from the USA and only speak English and a little French/Chinese, and maybe 50 words in Czech, with very few full phrases. My question is about mental healthcare in Czech Republic. Has any expat in Czech Republic had luck finding a somewhat decent psychiatrist and/or therapist who speaks sufficient English? If so, where and what is the doctor's/therapist's name, if you are willing to share. I'm not 100% sure where we plan to live in Czech Republic, but I think we should live near a somewhat large city, preferably Prague. My husband seems to be leaning towards a small town or rural area, though he is originally a Praguer. If you have any recommendations for such psychiatrists/therapists, please indicate the city in which they practice. I haven't talked about health insurance much with my husband yet, but from what I have read he will qualify for the national insurance. As his wife, I'm not sure what I'll need to do. I'm assuming we'll need to buy private insurance for me. If any expat in Czech Republic pays for healthcare using a private insurance, what are some of the usual costs per visit?