PhD candidate at Research Centre for Psychology of Religion, Innlandet Hospital Trust. Key areas of interest and research: My main areas of interest are in mental health care for children and adolescents. The PhD project title is “Evaluation and Efficacy study for using the Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI) in psychiatric clinics for children and adolescents (BUP)”.…

b. 1960. MD, General practitioner (GP)  in Kolding since 1994. BM 1985, The University of Southern Denmark. Areas of interest: Relations between people and professional groups Connection and the development of human beings Existential and spiritual care Relational coordination between clergymen and practicing doctors   For many years leader and teacher at courses within the…

b. 1967. Rector at Bramdrup Church, Kolding since 2004. MA : Danish, French, history of religions. MA: pastoral care, University of Copenhagen 2015 Special areas of interest: Hymns and Christian imagery as spiritual medicine Pastoral care Pastors in the primary sector of the health services Supervision of G.P.s and pastors   Author of several books…

Professor and director for Centre of Diaconia and Professional Practice at VID Specialized University, Norway. Key areas of interest and research: Healing experiences Power analysis Sexual misconduct Reconciliation Pastoral care   Doctoral thesis (PhD): Intimacy boundaries and the power of trust: The understanding and policies of denominations encountering accusations of sexual misconduct elucidated from a…

Associate Professor, Faculty of Theology, Diakonia and leadership Studies, VID Specialized University, Norway Key areas of interest and research: Extraordinary spiritual experiences Grief and bereavement Existential themes in professional practice Pastoral care Doctoral thesis (PhD): “Passing Away- Passing By: a Qualitative Study of Experiences and Meaning Making of Post-death Presence” (2015)  

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