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When studying becomes a burden, the Mental Health Counseling Services at the University of Potsdam can help.
Students can lose their mental balance too: The pressure in the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs increases because of frequent tests and exams, financing your studies becomes increasingly difficult due to the lack of time, and job prospects are often meager.
This is why the University of Potsdam offers psychological counseling services. In our offices you can find someone to talk to about a variety of concerns affecting university students, such as:
as well as difficulties and worries that have an indirect impact on your academic performance and happiness, such as:
To make an appointment please send us an e-mail (psychologische-beratunguni-potsdamde) or stop by in person during the drop-in office hours. We will schedule a personal consultation that suits your individual needs – normally outside the drop-in office hours. During your first appointment we will talk about different options and possibilities and figure out together how to proceed. We can then set up additional individual consultations or we can refer you to a therapist or a suitable group. The consultation is confidential and free of charge.
|Tuesday||2 - 5 PM||Room 0.83||Wega Fackeldey|
|Friday||10 - 12 AM||Room 0.82||Birgit Klöhn|
There is no service on August 2 & 9, 2019.
Studying abroad could be a great experience and a big challenge at the same time. Getting to know a new culture and dealing with everyday life in Germany without having a supporting social network of your home country can sometimes lead to adjustment difficulties and result in psychological and physical stress symptoms. If you feel overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or irritable, if you suffer from physical pain or insomnia our Psychological Counseling for International Students might help you.
You can schedule counseling appointments via e-mail (psychologische-beratunguni-potsdamde) or stop by in person during our drop-in office hours for international students (starting July 24, 2019). Over the course of one or several meetings, we will seek to identify the problems you are dealing with and try to find and establish new coping strategies. Counseling is confidential and free of charge. We can speak in German, English or Russian.
(starting July 24, 2019)
|2 - 4 PM||Room 0.84||Maia Kober|
Universität Potsdam | Central Student Advisory Service | Mental Health Counseling
Campus | Am Neuen Palais
Am Neuen Palais 10
House 08, Rooms 0.82-0.84