Outpatient Clinics

The Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry’s outpatient clinics are divided into various special units. This enables targeted diagnosis and treatment of various neurological, neuroendocrinological and psychiatric disorders.

In order to provide the best possible treatment for our outpatients, we recognize the importance of collaborating with the referring physician in planning treatment strategies. We primarily offer treatment of disorders that cannot be fully assessed by family doctors or specialists alone due to a lack of special diagnostic equipment or facilities (e.g., sleep laboratory, neuroendocrinological function diagnostics, etc.).

To attend one of our outpatient clinics, you will need a referral letter from your physician. To make an appointment, please contact the respective outpatient clinic directly.

Phobias, Panic Disorders
General Neurology, Multiple Sklerosis, Parkinson, Movement Disorders
Anxiety, Autism, Bipolar Disorders, Burnout, Depression, Social Interactions
Therapy addresses each respective disorder and includes detailed information and counseling on normal and disturbed sleep.
Depression, chronic fatigue, burnout and anxiety disorders
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