Psychosocial care for war refugees

Support for trauma sequelae and mental health problems

Eine verlassene schmutzige Puppe in einem verlassenen zerstörten Ort in der Ukraine

Photo credit Sven Teschke, CC BY-SA 3.0 en Abandoned dirty doll in an abandoned destroyed place in Ukraine

The atman Institute for Mental Health and Migration of the fka offers stabilising and therapeutic support for trauma sequelae (depression, adjustment and anxiety disorders, PTSD) at the MRZ Karlsruhe.

Due to current events, we have launched this new project, which is aimed in particular at Ukrainian refugees. The aim of our therapeutic work is to relieve the clients by changing the way they deal with their problematic symptoms. Such treatment can bring noticeable relief to those affected even if the traumatic experience is not addressed.

Our specialist therapists and therapeutic counsellors work with different focuses (body therapy, narrative biography work, trauma-sensitive yoga, Wendo). After an initial consultation, the appropriate method can be selected.

People suffering from particularly severe trauma sequelae can be referred for further treatment within our networks.

Suitable language mediators are available.
The offer is free of charge.



To arrange an initial interview

fka head office in the MRZ:

Tel.: 0721 – 966 39 37 (Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.)

Sana-Bairo Sabally:

Tel: 0157 – 524 65 724

Open office hours: Monday and Wednesday 2 – 4 p.m.


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