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THE PSYCHOSOMATIC CLINIC

north of Hamburg is one of Germany’s most important centres of excellence for anxiety states, eating disorders, burn-out and depression, and also pain therapy.
Since it opened in 1993 the clinic has been run by Prof. Detlev O. Nutzinger, who is also professor of psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy at the University of Lübeck.

The therapeutic approach of the Medical-Psychosomatic Clinic in Bad Bramstedt is integrated and behavioural. It treats patients whose symptoms are caused by disturbed physical functions, psychosocial stress and/or chronic diseases and for whom purely medical treatment is not enough. The clinic has a cooperation agreement with the University of Lübeck; this ensures continuous input from the world of teaching and research and the scientific development of modern therapeutic strategies. Like all the Schön Clinics it has been certified according to the quality standard DIN EN ISO 9001: 2002 since 1999.

Contact

Birkenweg 10, 24576 Bad Bramstedt

Phone: +49 800 14 14 14 - 3

E-Mail: psychosomatik-badbramstedt@mediplex-hamburg.de
Internet: www.schoen-kliniken.de

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DR. MED. MICHAEL ARMBRUST

Born in 1960, Esslingen, Neckar,
1980 – 1987: degree course in medicine in Tübingen and Hamburg; doctorate in the field of neurotransmitters
1988 – 1994: continued training in neurology and psychiatry in Bad Bevensen and Bargfeld-Stegen; additional qualification in physical therapy
1990 – 1995: degree course in psychology and philosophy, FernUniversität Hagen (correspondence course)
1991 – 1995: institute-bound further training in behaviour therapy at the IWVT in Hamburg
1993: qualification as a psychiatrist
1994 – 2006: consultant at the Medical-Psychosomatic Clinic in Bad Bramstedt
1996: qualification as a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy
2000: qualification as a specialist in psychotherapeutic medicine
Since 2006: head physician, Medical-Psychosomatic Clinic in Bad Bramstedt

DR. MED. BERNHARD OSEN

Born in 1957, Ravensburg
1982 – 1989: degree course in medicine at the University of Tübingen
1990 – 1992: Roseneck Medical-Psychosomatic Clinic, Prien am Chiemsee
1991: doctorate, University of Tübingen
1992 – 1993: Niedersächsisches Landeskrankenhaus Wunstorf (psychiatric hospital)
1993 – 1998: department of psychiatry and psychotherapy of Eppendorf University Hospital, Hamburg
1994: additional qualification in psychotherapy
1998 – 1999: neurological department of Altona General Hospital, Hamburg
1999: qualification as a psychiatrist
1999 – 2006: consultant at Roseneck Medical Psychosomatic Clinic, Prien am Chiemsee
2006: qualification as a specialist in psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy
Since 2006: head physician, Medical-Psychosomatic Clinic in Bad Bramstedt

UNIV. DOZ. DR. MED. GERNOT LANGS

Born 1961 in Bruck/Mur (Austria)

1979-1988 Studied medicine and awarded PhD at the University of Graz

1990–1996 Trained as a specialist in psychiatry and neurology at University Hospital Graz and at the Anton Proksch Institute, Vienna
1996-1997 Head of department at the Psychiatric University hospital in Graz

1990–1997 Further training at the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Verhaltensmedizin (AVM) (Behavioural medicine study group) qualifying in behavioural therapy

1997–2006 Senior physician at the Psychosomatic Hospital, Bad Bramstedt

1997 Specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy
2000 Post-doctoral thesis (Habilitation) in psychiatry at the University of Graz
2004 Specialist in psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy
2006–2009 Senior physician at the Psychosomatic Hospital, Bad Arolsen

Since 2009 Senior physician at the Psychosomatic Hospital, Bad Bramstedt

 
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SPECIALIZATIONS

  • Anxiety states
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia); psychogenic obesity
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Chronic tinnitus
  • Borderline and other personality disorders
  • Disturbed sleep (insomnia)
  • Burn-out

memberships

Association of European Psychiatrists (AEP)
German Society for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Neurology (DGPPN)
German Society for Rehabilitation Science (DGRW)
German Society for Behavioural Medicine and Behaviour Modification (DGVM)
German Hospital Society of Schleswig-Holstein – member of the board
Society for the Study and Treatment of Personality Disorders (GePs)
International Myopain Society
Austrian Society of Neuropsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry
Austrian Society for Behaviour Therapy (OEGVT)
Austrian Society for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (OEGPP)