Joanne Mouthaan (PhD thesis “Injured Bodies, Injured Souls?” (2014); granted the 2015 Jan van Dijk Victimology and Victims' Rights Award) is Assistant Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology. Her research focuses on the broad effects of psychological trauma on health and wellbeing, e.g. in military veterans, police officers, disaster victims, injury victims, and various clinical and non-clinical populations. Teaching activities involve theoretic, methodological and clinical skills courses in the Bachelor, Master and Post-Master Psychology curriculum, among others the co-ordination of the Master Elective E-health Interventions in Mental Health Care. In 2018, she was awarded the Faculty for Social Sciences Grass Shoots subsidy for developing an e-learning module for online treatment skills. Joanne Mouthaan is also member of the Bachelor Educational Committee of the Institute for Psychology and educational coordinator for the Department of Clinical Psychology. She is a Board Member for the Dutch Association for Psychological Trauma (Nederlandstalige Vereniging voor Psychotrauma, NtVP) and associate editor for Impact Magazine.