I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Greifswald (Germany). I work in Eva-Lotta Brakemeiers clinical psychology and psychotherapy lab. As the scientific director of the university outpatient clinic, it is my job to anchor psychotherapy research directly in routine care. Apart from that, I conduct research on various topics in the field of clinical psychology and psychotherapy:
My current main research interests are:
These are topics I am currently actively working on. The list is not exhaustive.
- Dynamic, person-based assessment of psychopathology and its applications in treatment planning and monitoring
- Routine outcome monitoring and clinical support tools in psychotherapy
- Innovative strategies for treatment dissemination, including online and app-based interventions and guided self-help
- Implementing the Unified Protocol for the treatment of emotional disorders in ambulatory practices
- Research methods in clinical psychology, especially multivariate time-series analysis, network modeling and visualization
- Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy. See Fabian Ramseyer’s page for details
- Intersession processes in psychotherapy: therapy-related thoughts, feelings and behavior occurring in between sessions
In the past, I have been working on:
I am still interested in these topics but currently not actively working on them.
- Non-linear dynamics of psychotherapeutic processes
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