Founded in 1996, the Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine stands in the long Tradition of sexual science in Berlin.

Institut, Außenansicht Luisenstraße

Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

As part of the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin, the Institute is dedicated to research and training in sexology and sexual medicine, organizing official post graduate courses for physicians and psychologists in this field. The Outpatient clinic offers assessment and treatment for the full range of sexual disorders and gender dysphoria. It also stands for new concepts of sexual therapy dealing with intimate relationship Problems. (Beier, K.M., Loewit, K.: Sexual Medicine in Clinical Practice, Springer, New York, 2013)


The English version of our pages remains under construction. Please refer to "Research" for the latest activities of the Institute.

The Prevention Network Dunkelfeld

In 2005 the Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine started the "Prevention Project Dunkelfeld" which has now developed into a nationwide network of outpatient clinics providing treatment for self-identifying and help-seeking pedophiles and hebephiles outside of the legal system. It aims to help these men to guarantee continuous sexual self-control to prevent child sexual abuse and child pornography consumption. For further information please refer to Opens external link in current windowwww.dont-offend.org

Head of Institute

M.D., Ph.D. Klaus M. Beier

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Klaus M. Beier

Full Professor, Head of Institute

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

CCM: Campus Charité Mitte

Charité Center Health and Human Sciences CC 1

Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine

Postal address:

Luisenstraße 57

10117 Berlin

t: +49 30 450 529 301

f: +49 30 450 529 992


Prevention Network Dunkelfeld

For further information on the prevention network dunkelfeld please refer to www.dont-offend.org