Information for patients
We would like to introduce you to our Department of Medical Psychology with its unique program offering psychological support for patients with chronic somatic health conditions (especially with cancer, HIV, or need of organ transplantation).
When coping with disease and undergoing treatment, it may seem to you as if you have become separated from your usual life – you may feel alone, with no ground under your feet. Sometimes anxiety and worries can be so intense and overwhelming that your own ability to cope with this situation is exhausted. Relatives and caregivers are also affected by your health condition and may need support as well.
Sometimes the only thing missing is the knowledge about which psychological and social supports are available to you. If you find yourself in this situation, you can reach out to our outpatient unit, where experienced psychotherapists will support and accompany you and your loved ones through this difficult period in life.
Below, please find information about the therapeutic approaches and the team members of the Psycho-Oncological Outpatient Clinic at the Department of Medical Psychology. If you are interested in one of our therapeutic services, please contact the secretary’s office of our outpatient department. (Please note that we offer our services in English, as well as other languages such as French, Italian, Russian, Turkish, and Polish).
Reception & Admission
Please contact the secretary’s office at the Outpatient Clinic for Psycho-Oncology: