Integrative psychotherapy can be helpful in treating a number of different mental health and psychological issues. Research offers valuable insights into the effectiveness of available methods in an effort to improve health outcomes.
On September 8, 2022, Dr. med Suzanne von Blumenthal offered a poster presentation on the pilot efficacy study on the effectiveness of Logosynthesis at the Congress of the Swiss Society of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.
Logosynthesis was offered as a treatment modality for patients with depression or anxiety disorder at the Mentalva Private Clinic in Graubünden, Switzerland. The study found that there was a significant difference in psychosocial functional level.
This study of Logosynthesis as a new method in integrative psychotherapy is a first step. It requires further studies to confirm the result and to explore further fields of application.
Suzanne reports that in practice, patients are very satisfied with how quickly and sustainably Logosynthesis works and changes their lives.
Under her direction, the Institute für Logsynthese Schweiz in Bad Ragaz offers psychotherapy, further education and training for psychotherapists, doctors and psychologists. It is recognized as a Continuing Education Institute by the Swiss Society of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.