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Range of treatment PDF Print
All mentally disturbed patients are treated, if they are able to open up to the psychotherapeutic treatment. Therefore they should be motivated for active co-operation and reliability.
Concerning this, remember that the central theme of the practice by Erich Kästner: “Nothing good happens, unless you do it.”

Relevant for treatment are, for example, the following disorders:
  • Anxieties, Phobias (e.g. fear of flying, fear of animals or the fear of going to a doctor or dentist)
  • Depression, pressure, compulsion or acting under duress
  • Eating disorders, psychosomatic aches and pains and diseases
  • Personal disorders and disorders of impulse control
  • Life crisis, e.g. after acute strain and difficult life events (flight, loss, separation, illness, neurasthenia/ to arrive at the point of exhaustion, burn-out)
  • The effects of trauma (e.g. following violence, sexual abuse or neglect, or an accident or assault).