Hot Topics: Session 2
by Michiel Boog, Kristine Dahl Sørensen, Anna Josek, Anja Schaich, Sandra Köhne, Mareike Salzburger, Ulrich Schweiger, Nele Erkens and Paraskevas Farsakidis
Chair: Eva Fassbinder
About the Presenters:
Eva Fassbinder works as assistant medical director at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Lübeck University. She is co-leader of the outpatient center at Lübeck University and her main efforts lie in the implementation and dissemination of outpatient psychotherapy programs. Main research interests: schema therapy and other third wave psychotherapies, group psychotherapy, personality disorders, posttraumatic stress disorders, depression, emotion regulation and online psychotherapy.
Michiel Boog is a clinical psychologist. He works at Antes, a large mental healthcare institution in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Further, he is affiliated to Erasmus University Rotterdam as a researcher. In his clinical work as well as in his research, he addresses substance use disorders, comorbid personality disorders and impulsivity.
Kristine Dahl Sørensen
Kristine Dahl Sørensen is a licensed clinical psychologist, works at a group therapy unit at Hospital of Southern Norway and is a PhD student at the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo. She is an individual and group advanced certified schema therapist, supervisor and trainer.
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