Our studio guest Professor Borwin Bandelow talks about therapies that can help.
A mother and her partner pimped out her young son to pedophiles for years. Can a child ever overcome such abuse? Possibly, says child psychiatrist Michael Kölch.
Some 470,000 German students suffer from a mental disorder and this number is likely to grow, according to German health insurance company Barmer. Depression cases among young people are increasingly common.
For those seeking psychological help in Germany, it can take months before a spot in therapy opens up. Online therapy can reduce waiting time, but only a handful of health insurance companies currently cover the costs.
As the US government struggles to reunite families who were split at the border, pediatricians say the children taken from their parents are likely to face long-term health problems. DW's Clare Richardson reports.
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