For a highly skilled English-speaking mental health clinician, it should not be so difficult to find work!
Now that I’ve been through the long arduous process of building a private practice as an Expat in Germany, I know it does not need to be such a frustrating process! I’m motivated to coach other Expat counselors, therapists and psychotherapists like myself.
There are many residents in Germany from all over the world who, like everyone else, need therapy and counseling. It is difficult to find therapists in Munich speaking English as a native tongue and understanding the cultural adjustment. Not only can you join this community as a therapist, but you can join my coaching group to meet like-minded clinicians!
As of September 1st 2021 I’m opening a co-practicing space for english-speaking Expat clinicians at Landwehrstrasse 37, a central location in the heart of Munich’s downtown area and easily accessible by all train lines (6 minute walk from Hauptbahnhof). It is first and foremost a community of like-minded clinicians & coaches that can support one another in their business development as well as in their clinical work. There is an active Intervision group (Peer Supervision & Consultation Group) as well as an ongoing Coaching Group for Expat therapists new in Germany. This coaching group helps with logistics of setting up a functional counseling practice in Munich, but also with the emotional hurdles and decisions.
See the photos below for the coworking space with private offices, shared waiting room, kitchen and bathroom with printing, coffee and cleaning included.
Please contact me for more information: email@example.com