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Counselling and Conflict Resolution at the University of Bayreuth

Social conflicts are an everyday phenomenon in the working world. The way they are dealt with affects job satisfaction, the work environment, the health and motivation of staff as well as work results. The University of Bayreuth is committed to dealing with conflicts in a responsible way, ensuring mutual respect among all those involved.

Employees of the University of Bayreuth can turn to our external counsellors to resolve conflicts in the workplace as well as in cases of discrimination and harassment. One counsellor also offers special support in cases of racism. 

This service is free of charge. Consultations are bound to professional discretion. The objective is to collect complaints, to advise the parties concerned, and to facilitate conflict resolution.

Basic Information

Conflict Resolution

Discrimination and Harrassment


For our German-speaking counsellors please visit our German website "Konfliktberatung an der Universität Bayreuth".

Christiana Udeogu-Gözalan
Medical doctor,
specialist in psychiatry and
psychotherapy, psychoanalysis

Ismaninger Str. 76
81675 München-Bogenhausen

Phone: +49 (0)160-99 124 925
E-Mail: christiana@udeogu.com 

Consultations are held on Campus or via video conference.

Read Christiana Udeogu-Gözalan's curriculum vitae.

Initial Contact and Further Support

You can book your appointment directly with Christiana Udeogu-Gözalan. 

For an initial contact and further support, you may also get in touch with:

Diversity Service Centre
Head: Dr. Stefan Kurth
E-Mail: stefan.kurth@uni-bayreuth.de 
Phone: +49 (0) 921 55-7870
Website Diversity Service Centre

Equal Opportunities Department
Head: Miriam Bauch
E-Mail: miriam.bauch@uni-bayreuth.de
Phone: +49 (0) 921 55-2218
Website Equal Opportunities Department

Gender and Diversity Office,
Africa Multiple Cluster 

Director: Dr. Christine Vogt-William
E-Mail: africamultiple-gdo@uni-bayreuth.de 
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 55-4791
Website Gender and Diversity Office 

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