Corona | university

University outpatient clinic for psychotherapy (HPK) at Kiel University sets up a telephone helpline

Those who need advice can now contact the university outpatient clinic by telephone.

 

Door sign at the consulting room of the university ambulance.
© Kiel University

University outpatient clinic for psychotherapy (HPK) at Kiel University now also offers telephone counselling.

The restrictions to our daily lives caused by the coronavirus pandemic are resulting in many people feeling unsure and suffering from psychological stress. This is why the university outpatient clinic for psychotherapy (HPK) at Kiel University has set up a telephone helpline under the number  0431/22180024, in addition to its existing therapy services. As from Monday 30 March, from 9am to 11am on Mondays to Fridays, you can speak to psychological psychotherapists on the telephone, and they will help you deal with topics such as disease anxiety, the tendency to worry, a loss of social contact, discontinued everyday structures or stress and conflict situations within the family.

Telephone helpline

0431/22180024

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Anya Pedersen
Head of Psychological-Psychotherapeutic Outpatient Clinic
0431/880-2977
pedersen@psychologie.uni-kiel.de

 

Press, Communication and Marketing Services
Department for Press, Digital and Science Communication