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Psychologists, Therapists & Counsellors in Germany

Psychologists, Therapists & Counsellors in Germany

Becoming an expat is a wonderful experience but for many - men or women, adults or children, single or in a relationship / married - migrating and adjusting to expat life comes with emotional difficulties that could lead to loneliness, depression, anxiety, anger, stress, alcoholism, sleep disorders and more. 

Apart from mental health problems, expats may also experience self-development or career difficulties (e.g. burnout), relationship problems, trust issues and others that could benefit from professional help.

Here’s a list of expat-friendly counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists to help you, your friends or your family members who suffer from mental health issues in English and/or other languages.

  • Coaching for expats in Berlin and beyond! As a psychologist and long-term expat, I support you in exploring and clarifying those private and professional aspects of your life abroad that you find challenging. I offer sessions in person or via Skype.

    View more Øyvind R. Haugen linkedin

  • Expat life comes along with a lot of stress for you, as an individual, and also if you have a partner. Discover effective and practical stress management strategies, and ways to reduce relationship problems with my coaching services and couples therapy. 

    View more Kathrin Lethert Stress Consulting facebook

  • Life abroad is challenging, but it’s also an opportunity to discover and redefine yourself. Reach the next level of self-awareness and implement strategies with my support. Try a free initial session to find clarity, embrace change, and start living intentionally.

    View more Heather Carlson Expat Life Coach facebook Heather Carlson Expat Life Coach linkedin

  • Moving to a new country brings unexpected challenges. An English-speaking psychotherapist in Berlin, Katarina Stoltz can help you develop inner clarity and self-confidence. Through therapy sessions, learn to effectively deal with personal problems and mental health symptoms so you can live a more fulfilled life.

    View more Katarina Stoltz facebook Katarina Stoltz linkedin