Rianne de Kleine
Rianne de Kleine received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Radboud University (Nijmegen) in 2006. After graduating from the Radboud University, she started working as a clinician and applied researcher at MHO Pro Persona. She performed her PhD research, focused on the augmentation of exposure therapy efficacy for posttraumatic stress disorder, at Pro Persona and the Behavioral Science Institute of the Radboud University. After obtaining her PhD (2016), she worked as a research coordinator and postdoctoral researcher at Pro Persona. She is now working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology at Leiden University.
My research focuses on the efficacy of different treatment strategies for anxiety and related disorders (PTSD), as well as on mechanisms underlying anxiety and treatment effects.
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