Interdisciplinary Addiction Medicine

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In our department for interdisciplinary addiction medicine, we treat patients with substance-related addiction disorders.  Motivational treatment for addicts [qualified withdrawal] takes place in a multi-modal setting with anthroposophic therapies. 

Treatment focus

The main areas of treatment include

  • Alcohol dependence
  • Drug dependence
  • Opiate addiction (heroin, opioids)
  • Cannabis addiction
  • Cocaine addiction
  • Addiction to synthetic drugs (crystal, crystal meth, amphetamines, ecstasy)
  • Addiction to new psychoactive substances (NPS), so-called legal highs (e.g. synthetic cannabinoids, synthetic cathinones)
  • Dependence on volatile solvents (e.g. GBL [γ-butyrolactone], GHB [gamma-hydroxy-butyric acid or liquid ecstasy])
  • Dependence through multiple substance use and use of other psychotropic substances

Range of services

  • Medically supervised withdrawal and treatment of secondary and accompanying conditions
  • Individual consultations to clarify the individual situation, counselling and referral to further, specific treatment services
  • Comprehensive information on the development and treatment of addiction disorders
  • Personal counselling and support on social issues by our social workers
  • External applications, compresses and medicinal rubs
  • Psychoeducation groups on addiction
  • Garden-based therapy
  • Relaxation groups
  • Therapeutic modelling and sculpture
  • Therapeutic eurythmy
  • Introduction of self-help groups
Heidi Hutt

Your contact for addiction medicine

Ward 15, Building 23

Contact inpatient detoxification for addiction to illicit drugs

Heidi Hutt
Social Worker

An inpatient referral and cost coverage by the health insurance company is required prior to admission

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