Most students lack the drive to get involved in their own studies now and then - actually a normal part of their studies. But sometimes the drive is missing for a longer period of time and the question arises as to whether all this still makes sense at all. Some are faced with a huge pile of broken glass after an examination, separation or bereavement. There are also people who would like to learn to say "No!" or who have difficulty giving a presentation in front of others. Some simply don't know what to do.
With these questions, but also with multiple stress and overstrain during studies, good advice is needed. Not every difficulty can be overcome alone. That is why the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg offers professional support in psychological crises.
In-person counselling sessions of the psychological counselling service can be conducted again under compliance with the hygiene regulations of the university. The alternative via video chat is of course still available. Please contact us for an appointment.
Contact point at the Central Student Guidance and Counselling
Dr. Jonas Neubert
Appointments (also in English) and open office hours (see contact column, currently suspended)
+49 (0)355 69 3211
Mrs Annekathrin Schmidt
Appointments (also in English) via the service point of the Studentenwerk
+49 (0) 355 7821 - 456 and - 351
Further information and offers
Please also note the Offer for learning and examination coaching at BTU.
Further information on contact persons in different life situations and on studying with (mental) diseases is also available on the pages of health management at the BTU.