Associate Professor, Faculty of Theology, Diaconia and leadership Studies at VID Specialized University, Norway. Key areas of interest and research: Faith and health Healing experiences Religious attachment Religious coping Pastoral care Post doc project: Healing Experiences and the Lived Body. Qualitative empirical study of healing experiences related to resources from Christian faith and practice Doctoral…

Assistant Professor, MSc in Psychology, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Southern Denmark Key areas of interest and research: Clinical psychology of religion Existential communication Existential experiences and diverse secular, spiritual and religious approaches to existential dimensions

Dr. theol., Hospital Chaplain, Palliative Care Unit, Landspítali – The National University Hospital of Iceland Doctoral dissertation: Spirituality as a dimension of palliative care: An Icelandic Mixed methods Study. (2014). University of Iceland. Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies. Háskólaprent. Key areas of interests and research Practical theology Spiritual and existential challenges Spiritual and pastoral…

PhD, in Psychology of Religion, Department of Theology, Uppsala University and at Södertörns University, certified teacher at elementary school and high school. Key areas of interest and research: health among children and youth existential questions and religion religion education relationships between children  in school For the moment I evaluate the result from a study conducted…

  Professor in pastoral theology, Practical Theology, University of Helsinki    

ThD, Practical Theology, Psychology of Religion, Meaning in Life, Crises, Coping, Emerging Adulthood, Old Age, Palliative care & End-of-Life Care, Spirituality in Nursing, Qualitative & Narrative studies, Visual Methods.  

PhD, MA in psychology of religion, Uppsala University, licensed psychotherapist with a relational- and group analytic psychotherapy orientation, specialized in trauma treatment and existential health. During the last five years, she has concentrated her work on group analytic psychotherapy for young adults at a Therapy Center for young people in Stockholm. Key areas of interest…

MA Study of Religion, PhD, Post doc, Interacting Minds Centre, Institute for Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University. External lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen. Key areas of interests and research: Death and dying Existential and spiritual care Islamic faith among ethnic minority patients Spiritual and religious coping strategies Relational consciousness    

Associate Professor at the unit of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, 5000 Odense, Denmark Key areas of interest and research: Religiousness and health    

Fereshteh Ahmadi is professor of sociology since 2009. I concluded my Ph.D in sociology at Uppsala University in 1995 I became associate professor in 2001 at the same university. CURRENT RESEARCH An international project on meaning-makning coping Culture and coping Coping och musik