Eike Strömer, M. Sc.

Since 01/2019 employee at the German Resilience Center (DRZ)


Curriculum Vitae | Current Research | Methods | Teaching | Participation in the university lecture series | Professional Memberships


Curriculum Vitae

 

Since 04/ 2017 PhD student, Department for Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Psychological Institute, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
Since 04/2017 Postgraduate psychotherapy trainee (cognitive behavioral therapy), Psychological Institute, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
04/2017 - 07/2018 Psychologist, Special Unit for Bipolar Disorders, Rhein-Main-Netzwerk für Bipolare Störungen
2014 - 2017 Master of science in psychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
master thesis: Clinical depression and the interpretation of ambiguity
2011 - 2015 Bachelor of science in psychology, Johannes Gutenberg university Mainz
Bachelor Thesis: Effects of trait-anxiety on implicit emotion-regulation of visual information

 


Current Research

  • psychological factors in resilience
  • longitudinal effects of psychological prevention methods to strengthen stress resilience
  • cognitive vulnerability to depression

 


Methods

  • intervention studies
  • longitudinal research strategies
  • explicit and implicit measures

 


Teaching

  • M.Sc.-Seminar „Selected disorders and psychotherapeutic interventions“ (WS17/18, WS18/19)
  • stress resilience workshop (SS17, WS17/18)

 


Participation in the university lecture series

  • Studying at 50plus: Lecture “Cognitive emotion regulation as a mechanism in resilience?“ (WS18/19)

 


Professional Memberships

  • Chamber of Psychotherapists in Rhineland Palatinate
  • German Resilience Center (DRZ)
  • General Postgraduate Program of Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz