Sanne van Luenen
I studied Nursing (2002-2006) and completed my Research Master Clinical and Health Psychology at Leiden University in 2013. For my PhD (obtained in 2019) I conducted a randomized controlled trial into the effectiveness of an online self-help intervention for people with HIV and depressive symptoms.
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Clinical Psychology Unit. I am interested in the online treatment of mental health problems. My current project focuses on the long-term effects of an online self-help program for people with HIV and depressive symptoms.
Next to that I am the local coordinator of the Caring Universities project, in which 4 Dutch universities (Leiden, VU, Utrecht and Maastricht) set out to explore and improve student mental wellbeing by means of e-mental health solutions.
I teach various courses within the bachelor and master of (clinical) psychology. I’m also a thesis supervisor.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Klinische Psychologie
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