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.


  • Most people suffer from psychological problems in the course of their lives. It is not always possible to find a way out on your own. Our psychotherapists will help to find solutions and support you in challenging life situations. We offer cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for adults for all kinds of psychological problems, stress, and life crises.

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  • Individual Therapy Berlin

    Individual Therapy Berlin offers a safe, empathic, caring, and confidential environment. A place to explore your feelings and needs, work through challenging or traumatic memories, gain more self-awareness and set personal goals.

  • Josh Flowers Counselling

    In supporting individuals as they navigate life’s successes and challenges, I have come to realize the importance of authentic relationships. To this end, I seek to offer a safe and compassionate space in which your story can unfold. I have found that integrating mindfulness-based skills with existential, transpersonal, and somatic/body-centered approaches can be very healing and transformative.

  • Tamar Talmi - Clinical Psychologist

    I provide long term therapeutic processes, focused treatments and crisis intervention and support. The therapeutic process is based on a joint evaluation with each of my clients of his or her needs. My work with adults, teenagers and children is integrative. It is influenced by the psychodynamic approach, connecting the here and now to the patterns embedded in us from our past.


  • Christopher Malone is an American trained and licensed psychologist currently practicing in Frankfurt am Main. Psychological services (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, neuropsychology/evaluation) are available in English to adult clients. In-person or online appointments available.

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  • Anna Hoffmannova – Therapy, Coaching Counselling

    In my work, I pay attention to providing safe and discreet haven. I provide my clients with an individual approach to addressing their problems, underlining each personality's uniqueness. I emphasise your self-realisation, fulfilment of your life project and respect for your values. In addition to the issues addressed, I also focus on helping you find your inner resources and rediscover the joy and meaning of life.

  • Assia Boukacem – Psychologist

    As a clinical psychologist/psychotherapist, I can assist  you in coping and finding solutions. You may already be aware of your struggles, but it may be difficult for you to classify your emotional state. Throughout my practice we can jointly develop and initiate appropriate treatment steps for you.


  • English speaking therapist - Natalie Marby

    Are you looking for an English speaking psychotherapist or counsellor? Are you struggling with mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD or other disorders? The therapy method I use is CBT, which is a short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy that produces clear, measurable changes.

  • Psychological counsellor - Hori-Thiermann

    Everyone goes through emotional or mental stress from time to time, especially when you live in a foreign country and start a new chapter of your life. Therefore it is essential to take good care of your mental and emotional well-being. As a psychologist, I am happy to support you in strengthening your emotional wellness.

  • Psychotherapy – Staedler

    Psychodynamic psychotherapy, also called depth-psychology-based-psychotherapy, has derived from psychoanalysis and is one of the three state-approved psychotherapy methods in Germany. Its efficacy is scientifically proven and it is applicable to a wide range of symptoms/ illnesses.

  • Psychotherapie-Berlin-deutsch-english

    Though encountering problems over the course of one’s life is a perfectly normal occurrence. My goal is to always quickly and effectively help my clients find a solution to overcome these debilitating conflicts. In order to change certain behaviors I apply techniques from systemic and behavioral therapies.


  • Starting out in a place that is unfamiliar from your culture and language can be tough. I offer a confidential space where we can explore relationship problems, anxiety, depression, loneliness or low self-esteem. I work in English as well as German, with individual adult clients, couples or groups. Contact me via email to arrange a free phone assessment.

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  • Calum Anderson & Kollegen

    We are a team of psychologists and psychotherapists providing modern psychotherapy treatments for a large spectrum of problems. In our practice in Munich, we offer therapy for depression, anxiety disorders and burnout as well as many other psychological difficulties. We integrate different clinical approaches to create individualized, goal-oriented therapies to increase your quality of life.

  • Sybille Kroesen

    As a specialist for psychosomatic illnesses and psychotherapy in Munich I use combined therapeutic approaches to get more efficient and sustainable results. Psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy is useful in the treatment of burn-out, depression, anxiety disorder/panic disorder, stress reaction, eating disorder, midlife crisis and more. You can also get help through couples or relationships counselling and business coaching.

  • Psychotherapy and Coaching

    The central idea of the psychotherapeutic treatment is support for self-help. After a differentiated analysis of the (biographic) background of his/her problems, the patient is given methods with which to cope with them better in the future. Furthermore, the patient gets detailed information about the specific condition. The goal of this procedure is to let the informed patient have a say in the therapy.


  • David Augustin - Therapy In Reality

    My goal as a psychotherapist is to help clients become more aware and encourage them to own their growth and change. Therapy is a safe space to process the areas where you feel stuck and learn ways to address conflicts in your life.

  • Keith Nelson - Psychological Counselor

    Keith is a Psychological counsellor with the training and heart of a pastor. His life and career have been devoted to walking alongside people who are hurting and are on a hopeful path towards healing and finding meaning in the midst of confusing and painful life situations.