Crisis intervention

For people in crisis situations – e.g. mental and emotional exhaustion, burnout, depression, isolation, hopelessness, disorientation, escalated conflict and violence.

For people in acute crisis-situations, we have a team of highly qualified specialists who provide a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week service and who guarantee the utmost care, discretion and confidentiality to those who request their help.

To those people who do require urgent assistance of this nature, we recommend that they get in touch with a specialist immediately. They should not concern themselves with financial or other worries since all such matters can be resolved at a later date in a mutually acceptable way. The most important thing is to get the crisis under proper control as quickly as possible.

The solution lies in making the correct diagnosis

Our first priority is to help deescalate the situation as quickly as possible, whatever that situation might be. During the de-escalation phase, we will, of course, also be analysing the situation and, in particular, its underlying causes.
This we do from both a physiological and a psychological perspective (including consideration of any relevant cultural and ethical factors) with the aim of providing the most effective and sustainable solution possible.