Amanda Angelöw

Amanda Angelöw

Doctoral student

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Research

Amanda Angelöw is a doctoral student in the project " Evidence over Conviction: Short- and long-term effects of psychoeducational interventions for trauma informed care to promote child health and resilience” where she studies the effects of trauma-informed training aimed at foster parents. The research includes both the perspectives of the foster parent and the child. Amanda is particularly focused on participatory research.

In the research project, Amanda works with Elia Psouni (PI and supervisor), Hussein Hamad (doctoral student) and Kerstin Neander (supervisor).

Professional work

Amanda Angelöw is a trained psychologist with a bachelor's degree in human rights studies. Amanda works at Save the Children developing training materials on children’s rights. During her many years of work within the organization, she has, among other things, trained foster parents, social workers and teachers in areas such as trauma-informed care and children's rights, conducted support activities for asylum seeking children and staffed child-friendly places in Sweden and internationally.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Psychology

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