In the transition to outpatient and inpatient standard care, we are dependent on the support of other interested colleagues. Therefore, we would like to establish a treatment network and contribute to motivating established therapists for the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers.
At present, we are able to offer psychosocial talks supported by interpreters* within the PZG for a limited period of up to seven sessions. We are already working with some psychotherapists*, psychologists* and psychiatrists* from the Alexander-Mitscherlich-Institute (AMI) in the initial reception facilities and in our centre. We have also networked with the psychiatry specialists in the psychiatric clinics and are in a good exchange.