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    2nd Department of Stationary Psychotherapy

    The department has a regional and national care mission and comprises three therapy stations with different temporal and content-related treatment options and a day clinic.

    • House 13 – Acute Psychotherapy Station:
      Symptom- and conflict-centered psychotherapeutic diagnostics and treatment; Duration of treatment: 4-6 weeks
    • House 7 – Medium-term Stationary Psychotherapy:
      Treatment of long-lasting intrapsychic conflict, self-esteem issues; Treatment duration: 6-10 weeks
    • House 17 - Longer-term Stationary Psychotherapy:
      psychiatric-psychotherapeutic treatment with additional socio-therapeutic therapy offers, duration of treatment: 12 weeksv
    • House 11 – Psychiatric Psychotherapeutic Day Clinic:
      semi-stationary psychiatric-psychotherapeutic, additional socio-therapeutic treatment, duration of treatment: 8 weeks

    The admission takes place after an outpatient job interview or by telephone reservation (house 13)

    As part of this specialized treatment facility, we offer several-week inpatient and semi-stationary psychiatric-psychotherapeutic multimodal and multiprofessional therapy programs. The duration of treatment depends on the severity and previous duration of the symptoms, the individual problem of those affected and the associated psychosocial restrictions.

    The application of various psychotherapeutic methods (depth psychology, humanistic, systemic, behavioral therapy) allows the individual access to the problem and the personality of the patient.

    Creative and body-related therapeutic offers as well as animal-assisted therapy are further important parts of the holistic treatment program.

    The individual treatment teams work relationship and development-oriented in an appreciative therapeutic space with the aim of helping those affected to cope with their illness / crisis, mental and physical stability and to sufficiently regain social competence.

    Personal willingness to treat and agree therapy goals are prerequisites for admission.

    Target groups:

    • Affective disorders (depression, bipolar disease progression)
    • Anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder
    • Adjustment disorders in the context of current or prolonged psychosocial stress
    • Eating disorders (mainly bulimia, psychogenic food addiction, anorexia with BMI over 15)
    • Personality development disorders
    • Posttraumatic stress disorder
    • Somatoform disorders, dissociative disorder

    Extended target groups for house 17 and pavilion 11 (day clinic):

    • Disease development with significant social impairment
    • Serious combined personality disorders
    • People with psychotic experience (schizophrenic, schizoaffective)
    • Dependence on legal and illegal substances as concomitant symptoms (no withdrawal treatment)

    For patients with acute suicidal, highly manic or psychotic symptoms, diagnostically prominent substance dependence as well as people with severe brain organic impairment, treatment is not possible.