Research in the Clinical PsychoPathology lab is mainly focused on a wide range of stress-related emotional disorders.

Clinical PsychoPathology Lab

Research questions are:

‘Why do some people develop a depression, experience a relapse, while others do not?’, and ‘How can we improve treatment for common mental health disorders, including comorbid conditions?’ and ‘How can we treat common mental health disorders in low and middle income countries?, and ‘How can we personalize mental health interventions?’ and ‘How can we use technology to optimize mental health interventions?’ and ‘How do people cope with loss and trauma?’

With our research we aim to obtain more insight into the processes that underlie and maintain diverse forms of psychopathology, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, prolonged grief disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and co-morbidity. We have several lines of research with different clinical populations, in collaboration with Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group. By conducting research in clinical populations we aim to increase our understanding how treatments for various disorders can be optimized.