About the TBZ

The Therapie und Beratungszentrum (TBZ) teaches its students in the tradition of the clinical psychology of the Georg-Elias-Müller-Institute of Psychology and was founded in 1949 by Mrs. Prof. E. Duhm.

With the new German Psychotherapy Act from 1999 the legal conditions changed so that child and youth-psychotherapists as well as psychological psychotherapists could treat legally health insured patients after the acquisition of the approbation and the certificate of specialized knowledge. Before that background the Therapie- und Beratungszentrum  was established.

 

Managing Directors:

Dr. Uwe Ruhl, Dipl.-Psych., Psychol. Psychotherapist, Child- and Youthpsychotherapist

Dr. Stefanie Buick, Dipl.-Psych.

 

Patient Registration

Käte-Hamburger-Weg 4

Tel. 0551 3922081

Fax. 0551 3910289

Email: tbz@uni-goettingen.de

 

Registration by phone:

Tu 14:00  - 16:00

We 14:00 - 16:00

Th 09:00  - 10:30 and 14:00 - 16:00

 

Brief patient information:

Therapymethod: Cognitive-behavioral-therapy in single-, group or couple-settings.

Patients: Children, Youths and Adults.

Organisation: Therapy-Training Institute of the WSPP (Postgraduate programme in Psychological Psychotherapy) Göttingen and the polyclinical university-ambulance for science and teaching.

Treatment spectrum: psychological and psychosomatic disorders, i.e. depression, eating-disorders, postraumatic-stress disorders, attention deficit disorders, fear- and pain-disorders, tinnitus etc.

Cost coverage: Generally the costs of the therapy will be covered by the health insurance.

A disabled access is available.

 

Key topics of the research- and teaching-ambulance:

This institution treats patients with certain disorders that fit into the research-spectrum of actual works of psychology and psychotherapy.

Currently that is:

  1. Children and young people with Learn- / Performance-Disorders / intellectual giftedness
  2. Grouptherapy against paindisorder
  3. Grouptherapy against Tinnitus
  4. Attention- and Activity-disorders in Adults
  5. Headache in children
  6. Young people with Bulimia Nervosa
  7. Young people with social-phobia