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Upcoming Events

  • DGSPP training part 1.1 "Mental health in competitive sports"
    DGSPP training part 1.1 "Mental health in competitive sports"
    Fri, 11 Oct
    Sport- und Olympiamuseum Köln
    11 Oct 2024, 15:00 – 12 Oct 2024, 17:00
    Sport- und Olympiamuseum Köln, Im Zollhafen 1, 50678 Köln, Deutschland
    11 Oct 2024, 15:00 – 12 Oct 2024, 17:00
    Sport- und Olympiamuseum Köln, Im Zollhafen 1, 50678 Köln, Deutschland
    The training begins in October 2023 in the Sports and Olympic Museum in Cologne. More information in the description, the request is of course non-binding.
  • SAVE THE DATE: 3. International Conference on Sports Psychiatry
    SAVE THE DATE: 3. International Conference on Sports Psychiatry
    Fri, 22 Nov
    Wien
    22 Nov 2024, 12:00 – 23 Nov 2024, 18:00
    Wien, Gräfin-Zichy-Straße 6, 1230 Wien, Österreich
    22 Nov 2024, 12:00 – 23 Nov 2024, 18:00
    Wien, Gräfin-Zichy-Straße 6, 1230 Wien, Österreich
    Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Sportpsychiatrie und -psychotherapie (ÖGSPP) lädt herzlich zur 3. International Conference on Sports Psychiatry (3. ICSP) am 22.-23. November 2024 nach Wien ein.

Our training courses

The German Society for Sports Psychiatry and Psychotherapy pursues two goals: maintaining and researching mental health in competitive sports as well as the systematic use of sports and exercise therapy for mental disorders. Accordingly, our training at the Sports and Olympic Museum in Cologne consists of two parts over three weekends each. Since we attach particular importance to the personal and interdisciplinary exchange of experiences, the number of participants is limited to 20 to 25 people. The cost for three weekends, depending on the number of participants, is €1,200 to €1,400 for members and €1,300 to €1,500 for non-members.


Part 1 is open to all professional groups working in competitive sports. In addition to psychiatrists and psychotherapists, the focus is primarily on sports physicians, sports psychologists, physiotherapists, mental trainers, coaches, sports therapists, consultants, sports officials and athletes themselves. We want to encourage athletes in particular to take more responsibility for their mental health. After participating in three weekends, the DGSPP awards the “Fundamentals of Mental Health in Competitive Sports” certificate.
 

Part 2 is designed primarily, but not exclusively, for colleagues working in therapy and also deals with the use of sports and exercise therapy for psychological disorders. This part ends after another three weekends, depending on the basic training, with the certificate “Sport Psychiatry and Psychotherapy” or “Sport Psychotherapy”.
 

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us using the contact form or by email to info@dgspp.de. After registration, further information about the organization and training content will be sent out in a timely manner.

Further information can be found in ourTraining regulations.

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