Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for Addicts

The Institute of Medical Sociology and Rehabilitation Science produces a Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for all physicians, psychotherapists and social services that are treating addicts requiring rehabilitation.

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Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for Addicts

The Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for Addicts was developed within the framework of a research project at the Institute of Medical Sociology and Rehabilitation Science of Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin under the leadership of Martin Brünger and Professor Karla Spyra and subsequently evaluated in a multi-stage Delphi process. Peter Missel (President of the German Society for Addiction Psychology (DG SPS) and leading psychologist at  MEDIAN Kliniken Daun) and Professor Lothar Feige (Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Wolfsburg) were project partners.

The Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for Addicts may be used for access to medical rehabilitation for addicts, opening up additional pathways into addiction rehabilitation based on a detailed diagnosis by physicians and psychotherapists.

The current version of the Medical-Psychotherapeutic Report on Diagnostic Findings for Addicts can be downloaded below.

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