Michael R. Seidinger


Analyst (Individual Psychology)

Therapy for children and adolescents

Member of the Austrian Federal Association of Psychotherapy


"Man knows much more than he understands."

Alfred Adler

Areas of specialization

  • Depression / burnout
  • Mourning processes
  • Anxiety / panic attacks
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Trauma / stress disorder
  • Relationships / relationship difficulties
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Separation processes
  • Stress and tension
  • Help with reorientation in a new phase of life
  • Intercultural issues
  • Aftercare following clinical in-patient treatment
  • Therapy for children and adolescents (10 years and upwards)

Methodical specializations

  • Analyst (Individual Psychology)
  • Depth psychology and psychoanalysis

Therapy also provided in English


When mental anguish cannot be overcome alone or with the help of family and friends, psychotherapy can be helpful. In therapy, the patient is encouraged to talk freely about whatever comes to mind. This leads to the development of a gradual understanding of his/her/their  conscious and unconscious behavior in the here and now. If rehearsed patterns of behavior can be deconstructed, it is possible to work together to find different approaches to decision-making and new scope for action.

Therapy for children and adolescents

Children and adolescents can benefit from external support if they are displaying an increase in conspicuous behavior such as aggression, withdrawal, despondency or similar caused by stressful events or difficult phases in their development.

General conditions

As a rule, therapy sessions take place once or twice a week over an extended period. Fixed appointments can be arranged for this purpose. Costs may be partially reimbursed by the health insurance provider (if an officially recognized illness is diagnosed).


Mag. Michael R. Seidinger
Analyst (Individual Psychology) | Psychotherapist

Member of the Austrian Federal Association of Psychotherapy

The practice is situated near  the U3 station Zieglergasse and the U6 station Westbahnhof. Disabled access available.

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Schottenfeldgasse 15/3, 1070 Wien, Österreich
Telefon: +43 664 958 5524
E-Mail: mrseidinger@hotmail.com


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