Amadeus Hildebrandt

Doctoral Student, Pain and Psychotherapy Research Lab
Visiting hours: on appointment
Contact
Ostbahnstraße 10 (3.OG, 3.1.013), 76829 Landau

About me

In 2017 I obtained my M.Sc. Psychology at the University of Koblenz-Landau and right after that I
began my training as a licensed psychotherapist (CBT) at the WiPP Landau.
Since April 21 I have been working on my PhD Thesis, which addresses the mechanisms of emotion
regulation in chronic pain. Therefore, I am part of the ARPID Project (Affect Regulation: Processes,
Development and Interventions in Clinical and Non-Clinical Populations). In this research project, I
was fascinated by overcoming the boundaries of the individual psychological sub-disciplines, which
were linked to the overarching topic of affect regulation.

Research interests

Relation between pain and affect
Psychological pain treatment
Ambulatory assessment methods

 

Curriculum Vitae

List of Publications

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