Psychotherapeutic Counselling - We are still there for you!

We will again offer limited personal consultation appointments at the University and the HTWG in Constance from 25 May 2020. Furthermore, you are welcome to call (all locations) or take part in a video consultation (RWU, PH Weingarten, University of Konstanz). You can also use our anonymous online platform

University of Constance:

Please register for a consultation appointment:

Registration by e-mail pbs[at]


Please enter the K-Building through the outside entrance, here you will find the directions. The passage to other buildings of the university is currently not possible for students.



HTWG Constance:

Please register for a consultation appointment:

Registration by e-mail christine.klaschik[at]



RWU + PH Weingarten:

    • Registration by telephone, Mon, 14.30–15.30, Tel +49 7543 - 60 9602
    • Video counselling appointment is also possible



    DHBW Ravensburg:





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    For problems with and relating to studies we would be pleased to advise you and help you with your concerns! Our service is free and confidential. We also use our courses to show you techniques for making your studies run more smoothly.



    Please contact us in person or by telephone during our appointment booking times or e-mail us at any time. If you prefer a personal conversation, you can find us at the universities mentioned below. If you would prefer to remain anonymous or are unable to call by in person, we recommend using our online consultation service.

    Counselling topics
    University of Konstanz
    Hochschule Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (HTWG)
    HS/PH Weingarten
    Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW)
    Online consultation

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