Integrative therapy, as a modern form of holistic and differential treatment, applies nonverbal communication approaches as well as creative methods, techniques and media alongside verbal exchange within the framework of a research-based reflection and action model. The goal is to activate healing and development processes in patients with psychological, psychosomatic and psychosocial disorders, to improve mental suffering and to cure the symptoms.
The aim is to reorganize patients’ thinking, experience and behaviour by means of therapeutic contact and relationships, whereby current life problems, social network situations and unconscious conflicts are treated according to the latest neuroscientific findings. The advanced studies are offered as part of the university course “Psychotherapy.”
This course is taught in German, therefore an excellent level of the German language is required.
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