Self-Guided Digital Treatment with Virtual Reality for Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia: A Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.
In: Trials, 23 (426), S. 1–9 .https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-022-06366-x
Self-Guided Virtual Reality Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: A Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.
In: Trials, 23 (395), S. 1-8.
Effects of computer-assisted psychotherapy for therapists as addressees
The prevalence of anxiety in Germany contrasts with the number of free therapy places available. Many people with anxiety disorders experience long waiting times for a therapy place. Sometimes therapy is not even started because of this. Computer-assisted treatments, which can be used (partly) without the presence of a psychotherapist, make it possible to harness therapy at home. This could reduce and bridge waiting times and relieve therapists.
Previous studies mostly focused exclusively on the effect of therapy on patients. This research project focuses on the perspectives of therapists as addressees of computer-assisted psychotherapy. Data will be collected via a mixed-methods design. This enables the collection of (non-)intended (side-)effects from the therapists’ perspective by means of qualitative methods, which are related to quantitatively determined intended effects on the patients.
Doctoral Student at the DFG-Research Traing Group 2493 “Consequences of social services work”, University of Siegen
10/2019 – 09/2021
Master Studies Program “Psychology”, University of Goettingen, degree: M. Sc. Psychologie
04/2018 – 09/2019
Student Assistant at the institute of Psychology, TU Brunswick, department of work-, organisational and social psychology
10/2016 – 09/2019
Bachelor Studies Program “Psychology”, TU Brunswick, degree: B. Sc. Psychologie