I am associate professor in social psychology, engaged in family research. I earned my PhD in 2015 and have subsequently been involved in several different research projects. My main research areas are lesbian and gay parenting, and fear of childbirth in gender and sexual minority people. I am also involved in research on minority stress, traumatic birth experiences, children’s emotion socialization, climate adaptation effects on vulnerable groups, internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy, and covid-19 lockdown effects on LGBTQ youths.
I mainly teach at the Psychologist programme and other courses in psychology and behavioural sciences. My teaching areas are mostly related to my research interests: gender psychology, lgbtq psychology and qualitative methods. I give lectures, lead seminars, assess exams and other student tasks and develop new courses and tasks.