Psychological-Psychotherapeutic Counselling Centre
We moved to the administration building!
The Psychological-Psychotherapeutic Counselling Centre has moved to the administration building.
The counselling sessions will take place in room 113 at the second floor.
The Psychological-Psychotherapeutic Counselling Centre is available to you as a student of the University of Passau during your studies with individual counselling and support services. We offer students in difficult life situations, personal crises and students with psychological stress a first competent point of contact.
We support you in finding new perspectives. In personal discussions, we work with you to develop constructive solutions and suitable alternative courses of action for your problem. We help you find a place in therapy if you need further psychotherapeutic treatment and/or refer you to other adequate contacts.
Our offer is free of charge and subject to confidentiality. You are also welcome to contact us preventively. Come sooner rather than later so that your problems do not worsen.
Send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For data security reasons, please use your University of Passau student e-mail address.
You can also call +49 851 509 1153 during the office hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 12.00 am.
The Psychological-Psychotherapeutic Counselling Team
In an urgent crisis situation, please contact one of the following help centres:
Psychiatric Crisis Service
Phone 0800 / 655 3000
(open 24 hours a day; counselling is free of charge; German only)
Psychiatric Crisis Service
Further help centres & telephone counselling
Outpatient clinic of the Passau district hospital
Telephone counselling in Passau (Caritas)
Telephone counselling in Germany
International telephone counselling
Telephone counselling - International Helplines
If you or another person is in immediate danger, you can call the emergency services / fire brigade at 112 or the police at 110.
Further counselling centres
The following help page of the University of Passau provides a good overview of the various responsibilities and advice centres:
Help and information on all matters concerning your studies is offered by the Academic Advice Service and Programme advisers, as well as various student organisations and the respective student councils of the faculties (Philo, Jura, WiWi, FIM. Additionally, the KSG and ESG offer spiritual counselling and discussions about personal development..
The Studentenwerk provides a psychological counselling service for all students and also a social welfare advice service which offers advice on financial difficulties, questions about tenancy law and studying as a parent.