The SFU’s Outpatient Clinic offers several forms of psychotherapy
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Group Psychotherapy: Costs can be covered by the health insurance
- Short term therapy
- Couple therapy
- Family therapy
- Expert-assisted self-help group for affected persons
- Expert-assisted self-help group for family members
- Mobile Psychotherapy (home visits)
The psychotherapists at the Outpatient Clinic are experienced specialists who work with different psychotherapy methods.
Psychotherapy can be carried out in different languages by a native-speaker psychotherapist under supervision, or with a translator.
ATTENTION: With foreign-language therapies (except English), the personal registration must be agreed on beforehand by telephone.
Currently available languages:
Albanian, Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian, Cebuano/Tagolog/Igbo, Persian/Farsi/Dari, German, English, French, Georgian, Hebrew, Italian, Yiddish, Nyanja/ Chewa/ Chichewa, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Tagalog, Czech, Turkish, Ukrainian.
- Individual Psychology (A. Adler)
- Integrative Gestalt Therapy
- Logotherapy and Existence Analysis (V. Frankl)
- Person-centered Psychotherapy
- Psychoanalysis (S.Freud)
- Psychoanalytically-oriented Therapy
- Systemic Family Therapy
- Behavioural therapy
We offer therapy for the following mental health issues
Anxiety, depression, psychosomatic issues, non-substance-related addictions, compulsion, social phobias, specific phobias, aggression, sexuality, feelings of alienation, psychological crisis about the meaning of life, self-discovery, conflicts with partners, family conflicts, examining anxiety problems, parents’ problems – educational questions, problems with parents, aging process.
- ALS (self-help groups)
- Elderly people (self-help groups)
- Patients and their relatives before and after organ transplantation
- Migrants (different languages)
- Cultural integration (self-help groups)
The treatment times are agreed upon individually. Therapy sessions can be done in different languages.
Subsidised rates based on income
Self-help groups are free of charge
Tel: +43 1 798 94 00