by and with Michaela Huber


"Your teacher drove you into prostitution".

By Lena Stallmach (text) and Anja Lemcke (illustrations)

Source: New Bürcher Newspaper (29 August 2020)


Interview with Michaela Huber

YouTube Podcast #95 by Verena König

Talk show

DAS! with psychotherapist Michaela Huber

As a psychotherapist and trauma expert, Michaela Huber helps by phone and supports people in the Corona crisis.

On DAS! she talks about how fears can be overcome.


Interview on trauma and (flood) disaster

Podcast interview

Six weeks after the flood disaster, we have seen numerous images of destruction: Houses in ruins, broken roads, destroyed landscapes. But what we do not yet see: the extent of the disaster inside, the wounds of the soul.

Whoever confides is not alone

Child abuse

Children who have experienced abuse often keep quiet about it for many years. International expert, psychotherapist Michaela Huber explains why it helps adults and children to speak out about what they have experienced.

Interview with Michaela Huber

Podcast interview

Interview by Verena König with trauma expert Michaela Huber.

Girls' House Pulls Emergency Brake

Child abuse

"We need gender-specific offers".
Psychotherapist Michaela Huber regrets the end of the girls' emergency room

Interview with Michaela Huber

Interview with Angela Fitsch

The interview with Michaela Huber, conducted by Angela Fitsch and broadcast for the first time on 3. 9. 04, is available as a cassette for 10 euros from HR2

Interview with Dipl-Psych Michaela Huber

For the book "Cooperative Trauma Work

Interview from the book "Cooperative Trauma Work" by Klaus Schwarz
Schwarz, Klaus: Kooperative Traumaarbeit, 2023, ISBN: 978-3-200-09184-9

When the mobile suddenly stops...
Doctors and psychologists exchange the latest findings on the therapy of trauma sequelae.

Article: "When the mobile suddenly stops..." in the Donau Post v. 19.07.2011

Advanced training event of the Trauma Hilfe Zentrum Ostbayern e.V.

Your teacher drove you into prostitution

By Lena Stallmach (text) and Anja Lemcke (illustrations)

Article by Lena Stallmach in the Neue Bürcher Zeitung of Saturday, 29 August 2020.


Münster abuse case

Mother of abuse victim in court

In the Münster abuse case, the mother of the now eleven-year-old victim must now answer to the Regional Court. The 31-year-old allegedly knew about the brutal sexualised violence against her son and did not protect her child.
Since I have been counselling victims, treating perpetrators and training therapists as well as police officers and members of the judiciary for decades, I was interviewed by ZDF as an expert on this case.

Inherited scars

Intergenerational trauma consequences

Family secrets, early imprints of fear and violence, physical and mental trauma, family stress or pressure and cemented beliefs - all this not only affects those who suffer it themselves, it can even have an impact on the following generations. These then develop symptoms as if they had experienced the suffering of their parents themselves: inexplicable fears, tormenting inner emptiness, nightmares and psychosomatic illnesses.

Flood disaster 2021

Recording of the Trauma Forum on the Flood Disaster 2021 from 16 August 2021 from Erftstadt

Yvonne Birkel organised the first Trauma Forum on the 2021 flood disaster in Erftstadt. International trauma expert Michaela Huber was one of the invited guests.


DAS! with psychotherapist Michaela Huber

As a psychotherapist and trauma expert, Michaela Huber helps by phone and supports people in the Corona crisis.

On DAS! she talks about how fears can be overcome.

Abuse case of Staufen

Victims or accomplices?
Cruel mothers and the long suffering of children

Victim or accomplice. The international expert, Michaela Huber, has been investigating this question not only since the abuse scandal in Münster. The abuse case in Staufen already made it abundantly clear that mothers can also cruelly torture their own children for years.

An analysis by Michaela Huber.


Deep Dive: The Flood Disaster

How can we help the soul, Michaela Huber?

The flood disaster continues. Six weeks after this terrible event, we have seen numerous images of destruction.