Billable dietary coaching and psychotherapy
We take care of your patients and expertly support them with all aspects of their diet and mental health. We hire practice rooms for coaching sessions or carry out sessions online. We cover all administrative duties.
Lighten the load
We empower patients to change their eating and lifestyle-related habits as well as psychotherapy to aid them in their journey. This frees up valuable time for you.
Network of experts
We draw on many years of expertise in dietary coaching and psychotherapy.
More than 1500 doctors in 500 partner practices across Switzerland trust Oviva and regularly refer patients to us.
In person or remotely
Our coaching sessions are designed to suit daily life. That’s why we offer your patients coaching from your practice, a partner practice or remotely. This results in fewer external referrals on your part and improved patient retention.
Tailored coaching and psychotherapy
We offer patients one-to-one support with targeted dietary changes and psychotherapy. We are confident that patients achieve long-term results using this approach.
Integrated, interprofessional treatment
We care for your patients in line with your guidance and keep you up to date regarding coaching sessions. On-site integration means we have short lines of communication and simple processes.
Our coaching and advice are founded upon current research. That’s why we work closely with leading medical experts. Our studies and publications include our latest findings.
Learn more about partnering with Oviva
Would you like to find out more or are you ready for Oviva to offer dietary coaching or psychotherapy in your practice?
Complete the online form and we’ll get in touch to discuss the type of collaboration you’d like. Alternatively, you can call us on +41415115241.
We work in an evidence-based way
We believe that Oviva works best when we research our area and analyse data. This is how we continuously improve our app-based care and tailor it to the needs of our users.
We work closely with our expert advisory board to do this. You can access studies and publications with a simple click.
Expert advisory board
Prof. Dr. med. Marc Donath
Prof. Marc Donath is an internationally renowned academic specialising in diabetes and obesity. He works at University Hospital Basel as a Senior Consultant in Endocrinology, Diabetology and Metabolism. Marc Donath received the Novartis Prize for his research into diabetes as well as other awards.
PD Dr. med. David Fäh
Dr David Fäh works on the causes, consequences and prevention of excess weight. Nowadays, he also shares his knowledge as a lecturer at the Bern University of Applied Sciences and appears in the Swiss media as an expert. He is the author of numerous publications including books, studies and tests.
Dr. med. Susanne Maurer Wiesner
Dr Susanne Maurer Wiesner runs the Centre of Obesity and Metabolic Medicine (adimed) and the Centre of Nutritional Medicine (zermed). As a member of the German Association for the Study of Obesity and the American Obesity Society (TOS), she has written numerous academic papers and books.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ralf Schwarzer
Prof. Ralf Schwarzer works as a Health Psychologist at the Free University of Berlin and the SWPS University in Breslau. He researches the theory and practice of health-related behavioural change and the self-efficacy expectation. He was awarded the German Psychology Prize in 2007.
Prof. Sandra Jent
Sandra Jent is a professor at Bern University of Applied Sciences, at the Nutrition and Dietetics department. She obtained a Master’s in Human Nutrition in 2012 via a distance learning course at Deakin University in Melbourne. She specialises in food intolerances, mainly fructose malabsorption and lactose intolerance.
Prof. Dr. Hans Hauner
Head of the Else Kröner Fresenius Centre for Nutritional Medicine in Munich, Prof. Hauner specialises in chronic dietary-related conditions, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. He is the co-editor of the German-language reference work Adipositas (Obesity) and editor-in-chief of Obesity Facts.
Are you interested in a partnership?
Get in touch with us if you’re interested in a partnership or want to find out more about Oviva.
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