Treatment for burnout
Helping to free our clients from the misery of burnout
We adopt an approach that is discreet, non-judgemental and confidential. Our priority is to identify and treat the root causes of burnout (not just the symptoms) in order to restore healthy coping mechanisms for stress. The aim is for clients to be able to lead a normal life free from burnout. To reach this goal, we treat the whole person: mind, body and soul.
We use comprehensive laboratory testing to identify any physical, biochemical or neurochemical imbalances. We find that individuals are less likely to recover until their neurochemistry is functioning correctly. We then use psychological and other assessments to establish the root cause of issues contributing to burnout.
We adopt a range of treatments. These include psychotherapy and Biomolecular Restoration, which are also combined with complementary treatments. In addition to physical and historic factors, it is equally important to assess issues influenced by work, relationships, and social factors or lifestyle.
Clients are treated individually, never in groups. Our clinical team (comprising doctors, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, counsellors and nutritionists) and our complementary team (including yoga instructors, acupuncturists, masseurs and personal trainers) can therefore fully concentrate on your specific requirements.
Upon arrival, clients will be admitted to one of our partner hospitals for a full medical examination. You will then move to one of our luxury private residences with Swiss 5-star service, where a live-in counsellor is available to you on a 24/7 basis.
We provide the very best care and comfort. Our fees are typically between CHF 80,000 – CHF 120,000 per week, depending on the requirements of the individual. Fees are settled directly by the client (we do not work with insurance companies) and we can supply written quotations upon request.
The Kusnacht Practice services are not covered by Swiss health insurances. All costs are to be covered by the clients directly. Patients who are domiciled in Switzerland and are therefore mandatorily health insured may be reimbursed by their health insurance for medical services in accordance with the Federal Law on Health Insurance (KVG) and its implementing provisions.