Educational qualifications and interests
For ten years, I taught first and second-cycle Clinical Psychology at Linköping University. I supervised approximately twenty master's theses. For a period of four years I taught a course on relational social work on the Social Work programme. I also developed and assumed responsibility for a first-cycle course on sexuality and identity.
I have been a supervisor and examiner for the children's international master's programme, as well as coordinator for its introductory course (7.5 credits) and a course entitled Children's Health and Development in a Global World (7.5 credits).
I have taught third-cycle courses on the theoretical basis of child and childhood research while developing and implementing a number of doctoral courses: Children, Childhood and Health (7.5 credits), Discursive Psychology – Power, Positioning and the Creation of Subjectivity (7.5 credits), Qualitative Methods for Research on Clinical Psychology (7.5 credits), and a discursive course on theory and practice: Reading course for doctoral students on the theme of children (7.5 credits).