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Psychologists, Therapists & Counsellors in Munich

Psychologists, Therapists & Counsellors in Munich

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.

  • Being an expat can be challenging, and finding the right therapist abroad even more. Originally from France, I now work as a Psychotherapist in Munich and online with expats like yourself. If you feel the need for some support at the moment, feel free to message me and request a free introduction call to discuss your situation and get to know each other.

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  • 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.