Chief physician of the Fliedner Klinik Berlin and head of the Research Group Affective Disorders of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Charité Mitte
After studying medicine in Bonn, Vienna, and Paris and completing his dissertation at the Neurological University Clinic in Vienna, he began working as a research assistant and assistant physician at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the Free University of Berlin. In 2004, he became a senior physician at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at Charité, Campus Mitte, where he leads his own research group and habilitated in December 2010. In July 2013, Mazda Adli took over as medical director of the Fliedner Klinik Berlin. He devotes his clinical and scientific activities to research on the development and treatment of affective disorders. These include stress-associated symptoms, depression, and manic-depressive illness.
His outstanding work focuses on the investigation of factors influencing the individual stress response as well as the development of strategies for the treatment of treatment-resistant depression.
Chief physician St. Hedwig-Krankenhaus, head of the Research Group Affective Disorders of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Charité Mitte
Felix Bermpohl has expertise in the study of emotion and reward processing, social cognition and cognitive control in patients with affective disorders and patients with substance use disorder. He uses the following methods: clinical psychiatric examination, neurocognitive testing, hormone testing, genetics, epigenetics, and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Using these methods, Felix Bermpohl investigates not only the psychological and neurobiological basis of mental illness, but also the effects of non-pharmacological interventions. Currently, he is Principal Investigator in Berlin for BIPOLIFE (Multi-Center Study of Early Psychotherapeutic Intervention in Patients with Bipolar Disorders; Ritter et al. 2016), UBICA (Multi-Center Study of Transgenerational Transmission of Parental Stress Factors and the Effects of a Mentalization-Based Intervention for Mentally Ill Parents; Neukel et al. 2021), "Smoke Free" (subproject of Transregio TRR 265; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and High Intensity Interval Training for Nicotine and Cannabis Use Disorder), and a DFG study investigating the impact of child maltreatment on the neural and endocrinological determinants of maternal caregiving.
Deputy medical director (clinics), professor for psychiatry and psychotherapy, Affective Disorders Research Group, treatment-resistant and chronic depression, Head of the consultation hour for therapy-resistant depression
Stephan Köhler studied at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin zu Berlin and subsequently completed his residency at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the Mitte Campus. He completed his doctorate in the field of inpatient depression treatment. He continued his clinical and scientific work in the field of treatment-resistant depression, especially chronic depression. In this context, he established the CBASP therapy unit at the local Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, which he co-leads with Philipp Sterzer. In addition, he founded the working group chronic depression together with Philipp Sterzer, in which clinical and neurobiological studies are conducted to investigate chronic depression. In addition, he is the head of the Affective Disorders Research Group. In addition to his certification as a CBASP therapist and trainer, he has completed further psychotherapeutic training in schema therapy (advanced level of ISST) and systemic couple and sex therapy (DGfS).
Specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Charité Mitte: Deputy Head of the Research Group Affective Disorders of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Charité Mitte
Specialist in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Head of a junior research group on "Diversity and Gender in Medicine" at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Coordinator of the Berlin Research Network on Depression.
Pichit Buspavanichs research focuses on mental health and intervention development for vulnerable groups of people (older persons, persons with chronic mental illness, and persons from sexual and gender minorities). In the university outpatient clinic of the Institute for Sexual Sciences and Sexual Medicine, he offers an innovative concept, where persons with gender incongruence can exchange ideas in a group dynamic process. Here, peer-to-peer effects are explicitly used in order to establish the promotion of self-acceptance, the support of identity development and the reflection and processing of possible experiences and conflicts in a different gender role. In addition, he is a commission member for the creation of the current S3 guideline Gender Incongruence and Trans* Health.
- Charité Campus Mitte
- Evangelisches Krankenhaus Elisabeth Herzberge
- Fliedner Klinik
- Jüdisches Krankenhaus
- Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg - Campus Neuruppin
- Oberhavel Klinik Henningsdorf
- Schlosspark Klinik
- St. Joseph Krankenhaus
- St. Hedwig Krankenhaus
- Universitätsklinikum Leipzig
- Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria-Klinikum
- Vivantes Humboldt-Klinikum
- Vivantes Klinikum Am Urban
- Vivantes Wenckebach-Klinikum