Open wards 1 and 2, each with an average of 20 treatment places, are located in the new building NPP (Clinics of Neurology, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy), which we moved to in March 2018.
In principle, the full range of mental disorders can be treated on the wards if intensive treatment is not required. One focus of ward 1 is chronic depressive diseases, on ward 2, anxiety, forced disorders and somatoform disorders are mainly treated. Close cooperation between specialized psychological psychotherapists and physicians and a comprehensive range of psychotherapeutic treatment offers (including CBASP, schematherapy, EMDR) as well as somatic therapy offers (Electroconvulsion therapy (rTMS) is the basis of evidence-based and individualized treatment planning and therapy.
A trusting relationship with our patients is very important to us, which is why we have established a reference care system through our qualified nursing staff.
The wards and the patient rooms are bright and generous. Modern communication technology enables each patient to have their own TV and Internet access. The ward has numerous single rooms, which is why optional service patients are preferably accommodated here. Comfortable relaxation chairs in its own relaxation room and an aromatherapy offer support relaxation procedures and complement a wide range of sociotherapeutic treatments.