Studying can be connected with major loads. If you can hardly perceive the positive fractions and you experience the problems as superficial, you are not alone with this. Approximately a quarter of all students suffer from partly severe psychological disorders.
In our centre you can describe your situation to a psychologist and with it initiate a way for a solution.
They help you with:
- learning and working blockages
- anxieties (e.g. exam anxiety)
- difficult social situations (e.g. stress in relationships, compatibility of job and studies)
- isolation and contacting problems
- self-worth issues
- depressive states
- addiction problems and so on
Often a few open conversations with a neutral person are enough to see clearly again and to rediscover one’s strengths. In addition to individual counselling, we also offer counselling for couples.
You can also come to our open consultation hour without an appointment for the first contact and have the opportunity to describe your situation in a 25- to 30-minute conversation. Together with the consultant, you will develop a perspective for further action.
If it becomes clear during the consultation that there is an indication for an outpatient psychotherapy, we will explain the further psychotherapeutic treatment options and support you in contacting the appropiate offices. In our information on outpatient psychotherapy you will also find a first overview of the available options.
This offer is for free. Of course lecturers, relatives, friends, and fellow students may also contact us if they are worried about a student.
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