Our therapy concepts are multimodal and disorder-oriented.
In addition to psychopharmacotherapy, which is based on current guidelines, particular importance is attached to psychotherapeutic-psychological treatment (psychodynamic, behavioral, family-systemic, procedures, positive psychology). Disorder-specific treatments such as CBASP (Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy for the treatment of chronic depression), schema therapy, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Borderline Disorders, psychoeducation and relaxation methods are also used concomitantly in each form of therapy.
Occupational therapy as well as sports and exercise therapy are important daily program points for our patients in the inpatient setting, which are aimed, among other things, at resource orientation and integration, activation, and learning "new" skills that have a positive effect on the illness, such as shaping the daily structure, dealing with stress, the importance of physical activity and health in everyday life as an important factor of psychological stability.
Nutritional counseling and cooking groups are designed to identify any existing harmful eating habits in order to support the curative process through a healthier diet and to provide regular and balanced meals, especially in the case of eating disorders.