Specialist for Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Medicine
Managing Consultant Psychiatrist at University Clinic Tulln, Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences
In my clinical work in Austria and the UK I gained extensive experience in the treatment and support of people in difficult life situations and with various psychiatric conditions. My main clinical focus is on treating people with depression, burn-out syndrome, psychosis, bipolar illness, borderline personality disorder, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder.
I also have a longstanding collaboration with specialists for internal medicine, especially oncology, focussing on the multi-professional treatment and support of people with cancer and their relatives and carers.
Medical degree at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria.
Clinical specialist training in psychiatry and psychotherapy at the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of Vienna and at the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust in London, UK.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Diploma by the Austrian Chamber of Physicians.
Education in Humanistic methods and Positive Psychotherapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy & Neuroscience (IoPPN), London, UK.
University course in Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry at Medical University Innsbruck, Austria.
My main research work currently takes place in Austria, where I work in close collaboration with psychiatric in- and out-patient departments in Vienna and Lower Austria. I also maintain close and active collaborations with the IoPPN at King’s College and the WHO Collaborating Centre for Mental Health Services Development, Queen Mary University of London.
MSc and PhD at King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, UK, with a main focus on psychotherapy research and health services and population research.
Habilitation at the Medical University of Vienna.
Primary investigator and research collaborator on a wide range of studies in psychiatry and oncology in multiple settings in Austria, the UK and Hong Kong.
Often distress, burden, or somatic illnesses lead to psychological suffering. Even though such difficulties may not imply a psychiatric diagnosis, it is often helpful to seek professional support.
All assessments and reports available in German and English language.
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