Address: Calwerstraße 14
72076 Tübingen

Person profile: 07071 29-82311

Fax number: 07071 29-4141

Psychiatric outpatient clinic PIA

A doctor's referral is not absolutely necessary for treatment in the psychiatric outpatient clinic. The insurance card or the health insurance certificate is sufficient. The treatment is paid by the health insurance. At the beginning of the treatment, during the first contact, it is clarified whether the specific treatment in the PIA is necessary or whether the treatment can or should take place elsewhere, e.g. in the practice of the established neurologist.

Treatment focus

We offer outpatient treatment for the following disorders.

  • Schizophrenic psychoses
  • Depressive illnesses
  • Personality and behavioural disorders
  • Psychological problems in old age


To avoid waiting times for you, please register by telephone:

Mrs. Söylemez and Mrs. Perez

+49 7071 29-86140

07071 29-4609

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09.00 a.m. - 16.00 p.m.

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Therapy offers

  • Medical and psychological diagnostics
  • Development of individual treatment concepts
  • Therapeutic individual consultations
  • Medicinal treatment
  • Social counseling, rehabilitation planning, referral to outpatient services
  • Transcultural outpatient clinic: counselling, diagnostics and therapy in Turkish language
  • Home visits in special cases
  • Ergotherapy and household training
  • Physical training, relaxation and sports

Consultation hours for mental disorders in people with intellectual disabilities

Consultation hours are intended as a service for people with intellectual disabilities and mental disorders, as well as their families and caregivers. We offer the following:

  • Detailed medical consultation
  • Physical examination
  • Additional examinations such as blood tests, EEG and ECG.
  • Individual counselling about therapeutic possibilities and, if desired, mediation of an appropriate therapy.

Transcultural psychiatry

Mental illnesses are common and often cause years of suffering. They are so widespread that almost every second person suffers from mental illness at some point in their lives. These illnesses can usually be treated well with psychotherapy and medication on an outpatient basis, but sometimes hospitalisation is necessary. Unfortunately, foreign citizens know little about mental illnesses and their treatment options.

Language problems often make access to therapy facilities difficult. The diagnosis and the success of the therapy also depend on the understanding of the language. The Institute Outpatient Clinic of the University Hospital for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (PIA) offers possibilities for diagnosis and therapy by native-speaking therapists. In addition, we provide information about the diseases and their treatment.

Please bring a doctor's referral or your insurance card with you to treatment at the psychiatric outpatient clinic. The health insurance covers the costs

  • Memory disorders
  • Mental and behavioral disorders caused by substances such as alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Schizophrenia, schizophrenia-like and delusional disorders
  • Affective disorders
  • Neurotic disorders
  • Disorders due to extreme stress
  • Behavioural disorders with physical disturbances or factors
  • Personality and behavioural disorders
  • Sexual disorders
  • Reduced intelligence
  • Developmental disorders
  • Medical and psychological diagnostics
  • Development of individual treatment concepts
  • Therapeutic individual consultations
  • Medicinal treatment
  • Home visits in special cases
  • Ergotherapy and household training
  • Relaxation therapy
  • Exercise therapy
  • Social counseling, rehabilitation plan, referral to outpatient services
  • Group therapy
  • Work with relatives on the causes of the illness, help with questions: Why is the patient behaving in this way? How can I help and where can I get help?


Dr. Friederike Wernz

E-mail address: friederike.wernz@med.uni-tuebingen.de

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