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Chris Hoeboer

Postdoc / Guest

Dr. C.M. Hoeboer
+31 71 527 2727

Chris obtained his research master’s degree in Clinical and Health psychology at Leiden University in 2017. He wrote his master thesis about the effect of emotional abuse on the severity and treatment of PTSD symptoms in adolescents with Bernet Elzinga and Carlijn de Roos. During his internship, Chris worked at the IMPACT study of Leiden University and PsyQ The Hague. Thereafter, Chris continued to work at the IMPACT study as PhD candidate together with Danielle Oprel (PhD candidate), Maartje Schoorl (copromotor), Rianne de Kleine (copromotor), Willem van der Does (promotor) and Agnes van Minnen (promotor).

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Research: the IMPACT study

We aim to evaluate three types of treatments for adults with Childhood Abuse related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CA-PTSD): prolonged exposure (16 sessions in 16 weeks), intensified prolonged exposure (12 sessions in 4 weeks and 2 booster sessions) and phase based treatment (8 sessions emotion regulation and interpersonal skills training with STAIR followed by 8 sessions prolonged exposure in 16 weeks). We will investigate the reduction in PTSD symptoms and other PTSD related symptomatology, the cost-effectiveness of the treatments and differences in dropout between the treatments. Additionally, we will investigate whether there are patient characteristics which are related to the effectiveness of the treatment.

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Postdoc / Guest

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Psychologie
  • Klinische Psychologie

Work address

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden



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