Prof. Dr. Ulrich Voderholzer
Psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy
Around 20 per cent of children in Germany have mental abnormalities, and ten per cent have clearly recognisable mental disorders. In recent years, the number of children and adolescents in need of treatment has increased steadily. They need more intensive care than adults, as well as a range of clinical therapies tailored to the needs of this age group. Experience shows: The earlier the children and adolescents receive therapeutic treatment, the greater the chance of recovery and prevention of chronification. In our departments for adolescents, we treat patients with eating disorders, depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders as well as emotional disorders and attachment disorders.
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Schoen Clinic started defining informative, disease-specific and scientifically recognised quality indicators for all relevant treatments many years ago.
The objective is to identify the best treatment methods based on the quality data and, if necessary, introduce measures to improve treatment even further.