Clinical-psychological intervention research (process and outcome)
Intervention research deals with the question of the effectiveness of individual or even different interventions in comparison (e.g. "Does an intervention lead to a significant change?") as well as the effect factors of psychotherapy ("How does an intervention work?"). The study will examine which characteristics have an influence on the course and outcome of an intervention. In this context we are also interested in the neurobiological mechanisms underlying therapeutic interventions. The aim is to be able to offer empirically based interventions that are as effective as possible and individually tailored to the needs of the person being treated.
- Projects on effectiveness, dissemination and side effects of online interventions in social anxiety disorders and as a transdiagnostic approach (contact: Johanna Böttcher)
- Group therapy services at the university outpatient clinic (contact: Anne Trösken)
- Non-linear dynamics of psychotherapeutic change processes (contact: Stephan Heinzel)
- DFG project: Neurobiological mechanisms of sports- and psychotherapy in depression (contact: Stephan Heinzel)
- DFG project: Cognitive training in OCD (contact: Stephan Heinzel)
- DFG project: Psychotherapy for social anxiety disorder and changes in neuronal activity (PANDA) - Project starts on 01.02.2020 (contact: Stephan Heinzel and Babette Renneberg)