Foundation Centrum ’45 is the national institute for specialist diagnostics and treatment of psychotrauma complaints resulting from persecution, war and violence.
The clients of Foundation Centrum ’45 come from very diverse backgrounds. They vary from World War II victims to veterans, refugees, asylum seekers and also include people who were traumatised whilst carrying out their profession. Contacts between fellow sufferers are seen as a valuable part of the treatment.
Foundation Centrum ’45 treats people with complex psychotrauma complaints that are the result of persecution, war and violence (as in the case of riots, attacks or the taking of hostages). In our treatment programmes we teach people how to work through their traumatic experiences in such a way that their present life is less strongly affected by them. An important starting point for the way in which we provide care is 'giving attention to each other’.
It is the client rather than the organisation that comes first with us, enabled as we are by the good cooperation both within Foundation Centrum ’45 and with other providers of care.