Our team consists of experienced psychologists who are happy to assist you with your concerns.
Dr. Florian Schulz, head & counselling
Laura Beretta, counselling
Dr. Katharina Molterer, counselling
Katharina Woog, counselling
We support you through a solution-focused and resource-oriented counselling approach.
Our counselling services are based on considerations of systemic counseling in general and solution-focused approaches in particular. These approaches are strongly resource-oriented methods, which assume that clients carry the knowledge and the solution possibilities to cope with problems within themselves. So it is about looking for what already works and what poten-tial you bring with you.
In the process, the counselor takes responsibility for the structure in order to focus attention on resources. Such a form of counseling has already proven to be very effective in the field of education. The effectiveness of solution-focused methods has been demonstrated, especially for students, through international effectiveness studies.
The counseling formats of the psychological counselling center are based on the concepts of relationality, creativity and reflexivity, which are closely related to the chair of organizational psychology.
Consultations are about relationships in two ways. Through an appreciative dialogue, a consulting relationship is created between you and a psychological consultant. In addition, we always understand issues as embedded in a system of actors and contexts. This means that situations only become problematic when tensions arise in a certain environment of relation-ships. Thus, the focus of the counseling process is on questioning the quality and nature of existing relationships and on searching for previously unnoticed relationship possibilities.
Creative methods in the counseling process allow for a change of perspective, which enables new access to already existing resources and helps to broaden the existing scope.
Consulting is understood as a reflexive process, which means that one reflects on concerns, goals, the context, but also the consulting process itself. In this sense, reflexivity is also understood as an emancipatory process which, from a questioning attitude, examines the meaningfulness of basic assumptions and thus expands the scope of possibilities.