The Clinic for Special Psychiatry, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy offers a social psychiatry centre to chronic mentally ill people in the city of Stuttgart beyond special treatment emphasis for affective disorders in the new building in Bad Cannstatt Hospital.
At the treatment centre for affective disorder, we basically treat depressive, bipolar and schizo-affective disorders. Accompanying treatment of somatic and psychic secondary diseases is also one of our services. Therefore, we provide a series of special wards. Apart from two wards for acute admission, we offer special settings for the treatment of affective disorders emphasizing mother-child connection, early diagnostics and private optional service.
The social psychiatry treatment centre in the city of Stuttgart encompasses two crisis wards, one day clinic, outpatient department of the institution, inpatient and outpatient living along with three psychiatry centres of the community. Chronically ill people are treated according to their needs and close to the community. Social psychiatric supply approach aims to temporally limit inpatient admission or to replace inpatient admission by day clinic, outpatient or community-close forms of treatment and thus to counteract hospitalization.
Treatment centre for affective disorders, Stuttgart Bad-Cannstatt (contact person: head of department, Dr. Ulrich Sei
Social psychiatric treatment centre, Stuttgart-City (contact person: medical director Dr. Steffen Creuz)
|164||164||171||Available inpatient beds|
|35.7||35.8||36.4||Inpatient stay in days|
|37||37||37||Available beds in day hospital|
|231||224||202||Cases of day hospital|
|40.2||38.5||42.6||Length of stay in day (day clinic)|
|5.584||5.819||5.888||Psychiatric billing cases outpatient Clinic (PIA*)|
*PIA = Psychiatrische Institutsambulanz / psychiatric outpatient departement