On these pages, you will find all information regarding studying Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the TU Dresden.
Our institute is located in three buildings, which are in walking distance of each other:
- Regarding lectures, seminars and courses in the field of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, there is a separate learning complex at the Falkenbrunnen, Chemnitzer Strasse 46b.
It consists of the seminar rooms FAL/U/156 and FAL/U/157 (with about 20-30 seats) and the big seminar/lecture hall FAL/U/158 with about 60-90 seats.
To get to the premises, cross the yard with the fountain, pass through to the rear part of the complex, and take the entrance to the right, 46b.
The seminar rooms are on the 1st floor.
- All patient-related tasks are located in Hohe Strasse 53, in a building dedicated solely to clinical, patient-related research and education.
- Pre-clinical and epidemiological research areas, as well as administration, secretary offices, study coordination, and the seminar room A, are situated in the "Falkenbrunnen" building, in Chemnitzer Strasse 46. This is also where the professors and research assistants are seated.
Credit/participation forms can be picked up from Monday to Friday, 9:00 - 12:00, at the administrative office, Frau Schwartz, Room 371.
Credit for exams of the lecture Health Psychology (Gesundheitspsychologie; Prof. Hoyer) need to be retrieved at the administrative office at Hohe Strasse 53, 9:00 - 12:00.
If there are questions in terms of organising your studies, as well as the master's degree in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, please refer to (email@example.com).
Regarding general issues with the course, please refer to the Examination Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All requests regarding internship regulations please send to Prof. Jürgen Hoyer (email@example.com).
For a student assistanceship or a research internship at the Institute of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including a Curriculum Vitae, transcripts of your university, college, and high school degrees, as well as a short letter with a specification on which position you apply for and what your interests are (e.g., psychotherapy research, addiction research, epidemiology, prevention, etc.).