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Psychologisches Institut Experimentelle Psychopathologie und Psychotherapie

Christine  Dworschak

Christine Dworschak, PhD

  • Postdoc

Curriculum Vitae

Christine obtained a B.Sc. degree in Psychology from the University of Münster, Germany and an M.Sc. degree in Clinical and Health Psychology from the Free University of Berlin, Germany. In 2023, Christine completed her doctoral dissertation at the University of Zurich, Switzerland funded by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation and currently works as a postdoc at the Psychiatric University Hospital Zurich. Christine’s research interests include loneliness, emotion regulation and psychopathology, internet-based psychological interventions as well as mechanisms underlying response to psychotherapeutic treatment.


Selected Publications

Dworschak, C., Polack, R. G., Winschel, J., Joormann, J., & Kober, H. (2023). Emotion regulation and disordered eating behaviour in youths: Two daily‐diary studies. European Eating Disorders Review, 31, 655-669.

Dworschak, C., Heim, E., & Maercker, A. (2022). Efficacy of internet-based interventions for common mental disorder symptoms and psychosocial problems in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Internet interventions27, 100498.

Dworschak, C., Heim, E., Tröster, A., Grunder, C., & Maercker, A. (2024). Feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of an internet-based CBT intervention for loneliness in older adults: A pilot RCT. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports15, 100692.

Ollier, J., Neff, S., Dworschak, C., Sejdiji, A., Santhanam, P., Keller, R., ... & Kowatsch, T. (2021). Elena+ care for COVID-19, a pandemic lifestyle care intervention: intervention design and study protocol. Frontiers in Public Health9, 625640.