Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
Prof. Dr. Babette Renneberg's Team
In clinical psychology we deal with the development and course of mental disorders as well as their prevention, diagnosis and therapy. Our team researches this particularly using experimental and empirical methods in Borderline Personality Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorders and Depression. Based on the "scientist-practitioner model", teaching is dedicated to both the theory and practice of clinical psychology and psychotherapy. The aim is to prepare students for working in various fields (e.g. inpatient and outpatient psychotherapy and rehabilitation, clinical diagnostics, prevention work, counselling and scientific research).
There is a close cooperation with the outpatient treatment facility for psychotherapy, diagnostics and health prevention (Hochschulambulanz für Psychotherapie - Diagnostik - Gesundheitsförderung) of the Free University of Berlin and the ZGFU (a postgraduate training program for child and adolescent psychotherapy).
In terms of content, we are concerned with the following main areas of research.
Room JK 26/208
Secretariat: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 10:00 to 12:00.
How to find us
U3: Station Thielplatz
X11: Station Hittorfstraße
110: Station Löhleinstraße
M11: Station Hittorfstraße
The division is supported by associated lecturers:
- PD Dr. Michelle Brehm
- PD. Dr. habil. Norbert R. Krischke
- Prof. Dr. rer. medic. Harriet Salbach
Information about our retired colleagues
(former Clinical Psychology and Community Psychology)
- Anna Auckenthaler
- Babette Renneberg
- Clinical Psychology