The service at ATV comprises individual conversations and group therapy.
If you would like to receive treatment, you can ask your GP or other professional to refer you, or you can make contact yourself. If ATV is not able to offer the help you need, you may be referred to another agency.
Most therapists at ATV are psychologists. The staff have a duty of confidentiality and are therefore not allowed to share any information about you with others without your consent, or if there is a risk to life and health. An interpreter can be offered, when necessary.
Most offices require payment for the service, although some are free.
Some ATV offices also offer a service to victims of violence and to children who live with violence in the family.
ATV is a foundation but receives funding from central and local government, as well as from funds and endowments.