Non-state health facility


We are a specialised psychosomatic clinic run by experts from various disciplines headed by a leading and internationally renowned Czech clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, Professor Michal Miovský.

The development and balancing of our own potential is a delicate and intimate movement along the boundary between ourselves, our needs, the possibilities. and the nature of the external world. Regaining control over one's life requires a sensitive, honest, and proven holistic approach.

Using an integrative medical approach to health and psychological well-being, we will help you regain your footing and resume responsibility and control over your life.

MD Cure Clinic also provides preventive and curative system of care for clients of health insurance companies, we cooperate with these health insurance companies:




  • Help with addiction: alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, and other substances; non-substance dependencies
  • Anxiety and depression and psychosomatic conditions
  • Lifestyle and lifestyle extremes: sleep, exercise, and nutrition problems
  • Relationship problems and self-harm
  • Work planning issues
  • Failure to reach one's potential
  • Fear of the future


  • Comprehensive initial diagnosis and assessment.
  • Therapeutic plan and its balance.
  • CheckPoints and realistic assessment.


  • We help set realistic expectations and a plan.
  • We know that the therapy may not be pleasant.
  • We apply a holistic approach to medicine.
  • We take an integrative approach to addressing all the components of our lives.
  • Our approach and methods are evidence-based.
  • We have a unique model combining proven methods and practices.
  • We use modern technology to enhance the effect of the therapy.


At the MD Cure Clinic, we have created a holistic preventive and curative system of care. This system is unique in its integration of various sub-systems of evidence-based and effective clinical procedures and methods. It is designed on the basis of our own clinical experience and state-of-the-art scientific knowledge and research findings about addiction treatment and the prevention of mental health conditions. It goes beyond disciplinary barriers and limitations and responds to the individual needs and differences of clients with full respect for their situation and capabilities. Care is managed and coordinated through professional case management.

Diseases of the body and soul are closely interrelated, and each person is utterly unique in this sense, both in their difficulties and needs and their strengths, resources, and ability to use these resources in a truly effective and safe way.

Our approach builds on a supportive and growth-oriented environment. To do this, we emphasise intensive relationship work (in individual and group therapy), early and effective solution of somatic complications, and tailored systematic training and strengthening of self-regulation skills.

At the core of our system is an individualised treatment plan that responds to the needs and capabilities of the client. Each individual plan is centred around cutting-edge psychotherapeutic work combined with psychiatric care, where appropriate, including internal assessment and medical consultation, nutritional therapy and support, physical therapy, and training programmes aimed at strengthening self-regulation skills.


design element

The MD Cure Clinic's system of therapeutic care is individually tailored to the needs and capabilities of each client, and the entire process involves four basic phases:

  1. comprehensive diagnosis;
  2. setting realistic goals and creating a therapeutic plan;
  3. ongoing checkpoints: care at our clinic is guided by modern case management;
  4. final evaluation of the goals achieved and follow-up recommendations and actions.

Within these four phases, we use different components to achieve a generally balanced combination of different approaches and methods:

Mental health and lifestyle are directly linked not only to our relationships and environment, but also to the quality of our sleep, exercise, and diet. Any significant imbalances, daily stress, and protracted problems are factors that can be successfully managed and their negative effects minimised. The important thing is to make the most of our own inner and outer resources to achieve a balanced, successful, and happy life.


Using integrative medicine approaches, the MD Cure Clinic offers a state-of-the-art preventive and treatment system focused on mental health. We build on the latest scientific knowledge about human health and integrate approaches and elements of different disciplines. We tailor each client's care individually to meet their needs, situation, and choices. The MD Cure Clinic therefore features an interdisciplinary team of specialists who share a unified vision and approach. The efficiency and safety of our system is due to the team approach and the synchronisation of the sub-components of our care.

The MD Cure Clinic has undergone an external evaluation of the quality and safety of the health services provided and was accredited on the basis of the accreditation evaluation on 30.11.2023. The health facility provides quality and safe care according to Act 372/2011 Coll., on Health Services.

MD Cure team

Professor Michal MIOVSKÝ, PhD

Clinical psychologist, addictologist, psychotherapist, and certified supervisor. In his clinical practice, he is concerned with addiction treatment and psychosomatic disorders. Since 2021 he has headed the MD Cure Clinic and supervised its therapeutic programme. He is also the the Head of the Department of Addictology at the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University and the General University Hospital in Prague and the Vice-Dean for non-medical study programmes at the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University.


Alena Žižková, MD.

Physician-psychiatrist. She has been working in general psychiatry since graduating from medical school (the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Prague). Initially, she worked in the inpatient ward of a psychiatric hospital, and since 2006 she has been working in outpatient services. She has many years of experience in psychiatric outpatient clinics and in consultancy. She was part of the multidisciplinary team of the Mental Health Centre. She has been working for a long time at the Mladá Boleslav Regional Hospital, in the Department of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Psychotherapy. She has completed psychotherapeutic training in dynamic psychotherapy.



Consultation, coordination, organisation, and management of comprehensive healthcare. He has long been involved in topics related to preventive medicine and its practical application from the perspective of an individual and holistic view of health, as well as from the perspective of the functioning of the health system and the interconnectedness of healthcare. He is a board-certified physician in surgery, but today, in addition to preventive care and health, he also pursues emergency medicine.


Silvia Miklíková, MA

MD Cure service for foreigners is led by one of our senior therapist Silvia Miklíková. Along with therapy, she is responsible for coordination and Case Management and is clients first contact person. Silvia Miklíková, MA has been working with clients since 2009, providing services to drug users and their families and loved ones in the Slovak non-profit organisation Plan B, which she founded and led. Since 2012 she has been working in private practice - mostly with foreign clients (in English). Silvia graduated in psychology from the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia and completed certified training in crisis intervention and accredited IVGT psychotherapy training in gestalt therapy in Prague. She is licensed to work as a psychologist in the healthcare sector. She is an external consultant for the Institute for Training in Gestalt Therapy and Gestal Studia School. In Years 2018 and 2019 she conducted seminars on Counselling and Addictology at New York University Prague. She is an alumna of the IPsiG – Istituto di Psicopatologia e Psicoterapia della Gestalt supervisory training program in Turin, Italy, and is certified Gestalt therapist and supervisor by the EAGT. She has lived abroad for a some time (London, UK).


Jiří Libra, PhD.

Clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, supervisor, adictologist. Graduated in 1981 as a psychologist at the Faculty of Philosophy of the present Masaryk University in Brno, then practice as a counselling psychologist. Since 1997 he has been an implementer and supervisor of adictological services, since 2003 he has been a certifier of professional competence in adictological services. He has been a lecturer and supervisor of psychotherapeutic trainings (SUR, cooperation with Instep), supervisor of mental health care services programmes, external lecturer at the Prague College of Psychosocial Studies.


Andrea Miklovičová, MD.

Physician-psychiatrist. She has been working in general psychiatry since graduating from medical school.


Jiří Motl, MA, PhD.

Psychologist, psychosomatic therapist, providing individual therapy to adults and adolescents from 15 years of age. She has experience with groups. Offers support in coping with mental health difficulties or challenging life situations. He is also very close to psychosomatics, which looks for the psychological context of somatic difficulties. Therapy should lead not only to the elimination of symptoms, but also to the development of personality, self-knowledge and self-acceptance.


Petra Prtina, MA

A psychologist and social therapist. She graduated in psychology from the Faculty of Social Studies of Masaryk University. She is currently completing her psychotherapeutic training in gestalt therapy at the GiTA Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She works as a social therapist in the Kaleidoskop Therapeutic Community, focusing on group and individual therapy with clients with personality disorders, especially borderline type, and as a school psychologist at ScioŠkola in Prague 6.


Andrea Dudrová, MA

Educator with more than 20 years of experience both abroad and working in the Czech Republic with international students. Since 2007 she has held a teaching position at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport of Charles University, where she introduces prospective teachers to their professional practice. Within the MD CURE Clinic, she is in charge of internal communication regarding the operation of the outpatient clinic.


Jakub Hybš, MA

Movement specialist, diagnostician and sports coach. He specializes in Functional Diagnosis of the musculoskeletal system, specialized rehabilitation and sports training. As part of his educational activities, he acts as a lecturer and speaker on topics related to musculoskeletal health for the general and professional public. He is the author of the modern methodology FMP (Functional Movement Principles) for the integration of physiotherapy, rehabilitation and sports care. He works as a coach of the Czech national team and external consultant for professional clubs and athletes. He founded and runs his own comprehensive movement centre, where he works in his practice from children to seniors.


Lucia Kutscher, MS

Trained psychologist, graduate of the Instep accredited psychotherapy training for integrative gestalt therapy and a master's degree in family and couples therapy from the University of Kentucky, USA. In addition to her therapeutic practice, she has worked in a management position developing teams in HR. Since 2018, she has been working with clients in private practice where she specializes in couples therapy with predominantly English speaking couples using EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy).


Mgr. et Bc. Michaela Dvořáková, Ph.D.

Michaela is a psychotherapist with many years of experience in therapeutic work with people with eating disorders. In addition to this topic, she specializes in working with other psychosomatic issues and trauma therapy. She has completed five years of psychotherapy training with a psychodynamic focus, a course in complete crisis intervention and a comprehensive course in trauma psychotherapy. She has also completed a two-year course in Art Therapy. She is currently attending training in systemic supervision and coaching. Her main focus is on individual work with adults and children from the age of 12. She teaches externally at the Prague College of Psychosocial Studies and provides mentoring for trainee therapists.

Richard Lukáš, MA

As a psychologist certified to work within the Health care system and psychotherapist, Richard worked initially as a school psychologist and subsequently as a psychotherapist and psychologist in the healthcare sector. His professional journey began at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, where he studied psychology, and later at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where I pursued a degree in sociology. he has also completed certified courses in crisis intervention, psychologist in healthcare system, and various psychodiagnostic methods (Rorschach test, Wechsler Intelligence Scales, MMPI-2).


We set the prices for self-payers of therapeutic care with regard to the individual treatment plan prepared for each client, taking into account the results of all examinations, the optimal form of treatment, the client's situation, and their own interest. The treatment plan is always divided into three-month stages and the price is derived from these time periods. Each client is consulted in advance about the design of their individual treatment plan and all its conditions and aspects, including the total price, and we always and consistently respect the client's interest and decision. After every three months the treatment plan is reviewed and changes may be made according to the progress and results of the treatment. Such changes may be reflected in the price for the next three-month treatment period.

Our prices are the same for any language in which the treatment is provided and agreed. In addition, we discuss with each client their requirements and wishes individually and try to take them into account and adapt to their needs and resources. The final price package is thus determined by the volume, scope, and nature of the sub-components of the therapeutic care and services that make up the plan for the three-month period. All conditions are communicated in detail to the client in advance and constitute an integral part of the therapeutic contract.


Psychiatric consultation and partial examination:
2,000-4,000 CZK
Specialised psychiatric examination and comprehensive examination:
2,500-4,500 CZK
Clinical-psychological consultation and partial examination:
1,500-3,000 CZK
Specialised psychological examination and comprehensive examination:
2,500-4,500 CZK
Psychotherapy sessions (individual):
2,000-3,000 CZK
Psychotherapy sessions (couple and family):
2,500-4,000 CZK
Psychotherapeutic sessions (group):
500-1,000 CZK
Coaching and specialised training programmes:
1,500-4,000 CZK

The prices for the nutritional and movement components are based on specific needs and depend on the comprehensiveness and extent of the examination, intervention, and length of care. The prices for other additional services are negotiable.

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    Mánesova 27, Praha 2
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    Eliášova 327/12, 160 00 Praha 6-Dejvice
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