Outpatient care for adults
At our psychiatry outpatient care we deal with mental disorders and illnesses. In the background of these illnesses different types of cognitive, emotional and behavioral disorders can be found. The psychiatrist treats the diagnosed mental disorders and illnesses with basically two methods: pharmaceutical therapy, psychotherapy and the combination of them.
During psychotherapy there is a possibility to recognize the problems and causes standing in the background of the symptoms.
The patient and the psychiatrist are looking for possible solutions in cooperation. The meetings and conversations lead to find, to know such problem-solving methods, which may help the patient to solve his/her similar problems in the future on his/her own.
In case of certain disorders or illnesses an adequate pharmaceutical therapy may help in the healing process, or may be a supplement or a temporary solution in lessening the symptoms. The need for pharmaceutical treatment is considered individually depending on the diagnosis, symptoms, personality of the patient and his/her relation to his/her illness.
We welcome everybody with the following problems:
- persistently depressed mood
- problems with self-esteem
- fear in different task-situations
- problems in building relationships, partnerships
- eating disorders
- frequent somatic symptoms (with no somatic causes to be found in the background)
- sleeping disorders
- difficult situations in life, crises
- daily recurring stresses
- doubtfulness, shyness
- chronic fatigue
- prolonged symptoms caused by negative real-life situations
- disorders in adaptivity
- insufficient management of conflictual situations
We welcome all, who’d like to have a fuller self-knowledge through discovery of their own mental processes.
Pediatric outpatient care
We welcome all children above 7 years of age, if their parents recognize the following symptoms in connection with the child:
- prolonged anxiety or depressed mood
- behavioral problems
- introversion or extreme activity
- difficult integration into a community
- frequent somatic complaints ( e.g. belly-ache, headache, digestive problems), with no somatic causes to be found in the background
- enuresis by night or repeated enuresis by day
- sleeping problems
- appetite or eating problems
- excessive fear in different situations (e.g. traffic, school rep, unknown community, at separation from parents)