I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Greifswald (Germany). I work for Eva-Lotta Brakemeiers clinical psychology and psychotherapy lab.
My current research interests are:
- Dynamic, person-based assessment of psychopathology and its applications in treatment planning and monitoring
- Routine outcome monitoring and clinical support tools in psychotherapy
- Online and app-based interventions
- Implementing the Unified Protocol for the treatment of emotional disorders in ambulatory practices
- Multivariate time-series analysis, network modeling and visualization
In the past, I have been working on:
(I am still interested in these topics but currently not actively working on them)
- Intersession and intrasession experience in psychotherapy: therapy-related thoughts, feelings and behavior occurring in between sessions
- Non-linear dynamics of psychotherapeutic processes
- Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy. See Fabian Ramseyer’s page for details.
At the moment I do not supervise any master theses.
- Qualitative Content Analysis of Intersession Processes. (Ventura Kawan, Salzburg, 2015)
- Construction and Validation of the Intrasession Questionnaire. (Christina Zettler, Vienna, 2015)
- Intersession Processes in Psychotherapy: Daily Online Assessment. (Theresa Leitner, Vienna, 2015)
- Intersession Processes in Psychotherapists in Training. (Karin Raab, Salzburg, 2017)
- In-session Processes and Nonverbal Synchrony. (Marlene Mrosek and Wiebke Hillenbrand, Salzburg, 2018)
- Algorithm-based Treatment Planning in Psychotherapy: a Pilot Study. (Christina Maislinger, 2018)