Thomas Nilsson

Thomas Nilsson

Doctoral student, Adjunct lecturer

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Interaktionseffekter vid psykoterapi

Thomas Nilsson arbetar som klinisk psykolog i Psykiatri Skåne samt är doktorand vid Institutionen för psykologi vid Lunds universitet.

Hans huvudsakliga forskningsområde berör utfall av kortidspsykoterapi på kort och lång sikt samt patienters preferenser och lämplighet för olika terapiformer. Har forskat och jämfört psykodynamisk terapi och kognitiv beteendeterapi för paniksyndrom. Är intresserad av relation och processer mellan patient, terapeut och behandling och hur psykoterapi kan utvecklas genom att bättre förstå dessa processer.

POSE

Han är en av initiativtagarna till projekt POSE, Psychotherapy Outcome and Self-selection Effects for panic disorder.

POSE 

Thomas Nilsson är en av initiativtagarna till projekt POSE, Psychotherapy Outcome and Self-selection Effects for panic disorder.

 


Evidenced based psychoterapy

Thomas Nilsson is a licensed clinical psychologist and currently doctoral student at the Department of Psychology.

His main research interests include evidenced based psychotherapy and the question of to what extent psychotherapy effects arise from specific psychotherapeutic methods or so-called "common factors". But also how the effect of treatment is influenced by interactions between patient factors and treatment factors, and ultimately how the effects of psychotherapy can be enhanced by using these interactions in the planning and implementation of treatments.

POSE

Thomas is one of the initiators of the project POSE, Psychotherapy Outcome and Self-selection Effects for panic disorder.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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