Maartje Schoorl studied Clinical Psychology at Leiden University. She worked in diverse mental health care settings after her graduation in 2001. In 2002 she started the postmaster education for mental health care psychologist In Utrecht. Subsequently, she finished the post master education for clinical psychologist in 2008. The same year, she acquired the OOG-grant (Opleiding Onderzoekers in de GGZ) which made a PhD trajectory possible at Leiden University, under supervision of professor Van Der Does. She obtained the PhD at Leiden University in 2013. Since then, she combined a clinical position at PsyQ Haaglanden (psychotrauma center) with research and teaching at the University of Leiden. She is also involved in the post master trajectory for Clinical Psychologist and is a licensed cognitive-behavioral therapist.
Maartje Schoorl is the Master internship coordinator Clinical Psychology. Contact through mail
My main focus is on clinical research into therapies for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In the last few years, I was particularly interested in innovative process-focused treatments, such as attentional bias modification and mindfulness-based interventions. Recently, we are setting up a study to investigate Intensive exposure therapy for patients with chronic PTSD, traumatized in childhood. Also, we are planning a naturalistic cohort study. Our goal is to examine factors that are associated with positive and negative effects of therapy; both working mechanisms and predictive variables.
OOG grant, ZonMw programma Geestkracht, 2008-2013.
- Health Psychologist
- Clinical Psychologist
- Cognitive Behavioral therapist
D. Oprel, PsyQ Haaglanden, psychotrauma center & Leiden University. Intensive Exposure therapy in (complex) PTSD
- klinisch psycholoog; behandelwerkzaamheden en onderzoekscoordinator
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