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Clinical psychology

The research group Clinical Psychology, Prevention and Intervention from a Lifespan Perspective (CPPI) consists of researchers and clinicians from the Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg. Our research focus are developmental pathways towards wellbeing or mental ill health from the perspectives of children, youths, adults, relatives, and professionals. We study the effects of preventive as well as therapeutic interventions, develop new methods, and use both quantitative and qualitative research methods.

The group members are involved in several projects in co-operation with social services, health care and public health authorities such as the National Board of Health and Welfare, as well as with other departments and universities in Sweden and abroad.

Several group members are responsible for teaching at the Psychologist and Psychotherapist programs, courses at undergraduate and advanced levels, and specialist courses for clinicians.


Jennifer Strand & Petra Boström


Alfredsson, Elin
Boström, Petra
Goulding, Anneli
Grip, Karin
Hultmann, Ole
Melander Hagborg, Johan
Punzi, Elisabeth
Wirehag, Lina
Nilsson, Erik
Säregård, Rosalie
Gunnarsson, Catarina
O'keeffe, Camilla
Grahn, Gunilla Maria
Wellsmo, Anders
Mårtensson Elmrud, Elin

External members and official partners:

Axberg, Ulf
Boson, Karin
Ingevaldson, Sara
Järvholm, Stina
Lilja, Josefin
Ljungström, Britt-Marie
Onsjö, Marja
Gillenstrand, Jonas
Mc Hugh, Elaine
Nowak, Herawati
Starke, Mikaela
Sonesson, Ove
Ståhlhem, Jonas
Thorslund, Karin
Tidefors, inga

Page Manager: Ann-Sofie Sten|Last update: 12/9/2019

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