First steps

Contact information

If you could gain the conviction that I can help you or your family with services, then please leave me a message with my receptionists. 

Please take into consideration that my services as a private practioner in Germany will not be funded by the state health insurance companies. 

In Austria my services will be partially refunded - according to the federal private practioner rates. 

Here you may find more details about the possible gratification processes. 

To contact my practice in Austria dial: +43 720 728 121.

To contact my practice in Germany dial: +49 8651 979 38 29.

My receptionists are available on weekdays from 9 - 20.00 o’clock. 

You may also email me at: 

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The first sessions

First of all we can fix an appointment for a first encounter and a diagnostic interview within the following days. Here you may depict your present situation and we can elaborate a conjoint strategy to take approach your concerns in the most effective way possible. You should calculate at least 2 hrs for this first encounter. 

Once this first encounter has taken place we can decide together if the initiation of a therapy/counseling or of regular coaching sessions appears promising. Once this decision has been made, we can generally begin soon.  

The sessions are individual and take place in a personal consultation setting. In the case of children regular complementary conferences with the parents are scheduled. Some sessions also take place with children and parents together. In the case of marriage counseling both parties are always present except during the diagnostic phase in which also individuals sessions may take place with each partner.  

The sessions typically take place on a weekly basis and they last 50-100 minutes.

If you have difficulties scheduling appointments during the week, I also offer sessions on Saturday. 

Home-visitations can be scheduled for patients suffering under serious conditions.