Miranda van Boekel
Miranda van Boekel obtained a Master degree in Cognitive Psychology at Leiden University. She took up the position of Psychologist concerned with extensive diagnostic research of patients with cognitive memory disorders for a couple of months, following her internship, at the Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC). Thereafter she worked a few years as a research assistant (directed by professor T. van Elderen) at the Clinical and Health department of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Leiden University. This longitudinal study explored the effects of health education and stress management among high-risk heart patients and was funded by the Dutch Heart Association. Besides having several positions at the Leiden University (e.g. mentor and tutor for first & second year Psychology students), she has been working as a Student Psychologist at Leiden University since 2012. In between she also worked for a year as a Psychologist at a psychological practice in the Hague. As a Student Psychologist at Leiden University & Student Life Counselor at LUC she provides, among other things, trainings, workshops and individual consultations with a focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). She has been working as a Student Life Counselor at LUC since October 2015.
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