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Comprehensive Cancer Center Freiburg - CCCF

Psycho-Oncological and Social Counseling

Psychosocial cancer counseling at the Comprehensive Cancer Center Freiburg – CCCF

The Psychosocial Cancer Counseling Center team offers psycho-oncological and socio-legal support for outpatient cancer patients and their relatives. We help you to deal with the individual professional, personal, social and emotional challenges of a tumor disease in all phases of the disease.

Who do we advise?

All outpatients with cancer can contact us, not just patients of the University Medical Center Freiburg.
The Section for Consultation and Liaison Psychosomatics (Website in German) is responsible for psycho-oncological care during inpatient stays at the University Medical Center.

Relatives and relatives can also make use of the counseling service. The "Tigerherz.... wenn Eltern Krebs haben" (Tiger Heart.... when parents have cancer) service is specially designed to meet the needs of children of parents with cancer. This service is independent of the place of treatment (outpatient and inpatient, internal and external patients).

The counseling services are free of charge and, of course, confidential. Counseling can be provided in person, in writing, online or by telephone.

Get in touch with us

Psychosoziale Krebsberatungsstelle Freiburg
Hauptstraße 5a
79104 Freiburg

  +49 (0)761 270 - 77500
Mo to Fr 9 a.m. to 1  p.m.

   +49 (0)761 270 - 77530


More Informations you find here:

Information Material
Our Team

Prof. Dr. Claas Lahmann
Subject Supervision
Medical Director of the Clinic for Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy

  +49 761 270-68050


Cornelia Schulz

  0761 270-77500

  0761 270-77530



Stefanie Karoline Müller
Certificate Social Worker (FH)

  0761 270-77500


Barbara Pschichholz


   0761 270-77500


How to find us


The Psychosocial Cancer Counselling Centre is located to the right of the main building of the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, on the 4th floor of the tower block. On the ground floor of the same building is the University Hospital Casino, where you can buy something to eat or drink.  

Detailed directions:

Arrival by public transport:
Freiburg main station, tram stop on the tram bridge over the tracks.  Take line 4 in the direction of Zähringen to HAUPTSTRASSE (five stops, 10 minutes), turn right into Hauptstraße and after approx. 150 metres turn left into the entrance to the psychiatric clinic (Hauptstraße 5).



Travelling by car

Coming from the A5 (Basel-Karlsruhe): Take the Freiburg Nord exit, drive approx. 4 km in the direction of the city centre, at the end of the motorway cross the traffic lights, drive under the railway bridge and follow the tram tracks for approx. 500m. Before the tram stop with pedestrian traffic lights, turn left into Hauptstraße, after approx. 150m turn left into the entrance to the psychiatric ward (Hauptstraße 5).

Coming from Donaueschingen on the B31: At the end of the tunnel, get into the right-hand lane, pass the ARAL petrol station, turn right approx. 150 m after the petrol station towards the district administration office etc., turn right at the fifth set of traffic lights towards Waldkirch/Offenburg into Habsburgerstraße (large road with tram tracks). Follow the tram tracks to the next but one tram stop (with pedestrian traffic lights), turn right into Hauptstraße immediately after the pedestrian traffic lights, after approx. 150m turn left into the entrance to the psychiatric ward (Hauptstraße 5).

Attention! Only limited parking spaces!

There are some paid parking spaces opposite the building or in the entrance area of the psychiatric clinic, Hauptstraße 7
"Rotlaub-Garage" (nearest multi-storey car park) approx. 200m away. The entrance is in Habsburgerstraße (towards the city centre)




Subsidies and Grants

We are supported by the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration with funds from the state of Baden-Württemberg.

We are partly funded by the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds.

We are partly funded by the Association of Private Health Insurance Companies.