Doctoral StudentDepartment of
About Linnea Nissling
- Master's degree in Psychology, 2017, Gothenburg University.
- Licensed psychologist, 2018, Primary Health Care Children and adolescents, Borås, Sweden
- Currently working in Primary Health Care, Södra Älvsborg
- PhD-student at the Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg
My research concerns digital psychological methods, clinical research in primary health care and person-centered care.
In my dissertation work, I investigate how person-centered care and the third pillar in evidence-based care: the patient’s individual situation, experiences, and preferences, can be endorsed in internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy (ICBT) for patients with anxiety disorders in primary health care. In the thesis, I focus on patient influence and how to involve patients in the treatment, for example through impact on treatment decisions, peer-support and the fostering of own values.
Effectiveness of and processes related to internet-delivered acceptance and commitment therapy for adolescents with anxiety disorders: a randomized controlled
Linnea Nissling, Sandra Weineland, Kristofer Vernmark, Ella Radvogin, Anna-Karin Engström, Sara Schmidt, Eva Nieto Granberg, Elin Larsson, Timo Hursti
Research in psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process and Outcome (RIPPPO) - 2023
Internet-delivered Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for adolescents with anxiety
Linnea Nissling, Sandra Weineland, Kristofer Vernmark , Ella Radvogin, Anna-Karin Engström, Eva Nieto Granberg, Elin Larsson, Sara Schmidt, Timo Hursti
SweSRII – The 12th Swedish Congress on Internet Interventions. - 2023
IMPACT (Internet-Mediated Psychological treatment - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) in youths: The role of parental
Youths’ and Parents’ Experiences and Perceived Effects of Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care: Mixed Methods
Effects of patient-driven iCBT for anxiety in routine primary care and the relation between increased experience of empowerment and outcome: A randomized controlled
Primary Care Peer-Supported Internet-Mediated Psychological Treatment for Adults With Anxiety Disorders: Mixed Methods
Psychometric properties and validation of the Swedish Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire in a clinical and non-clinical sample among meditators and
The Effect of Teambuilding on Team Development: A Quasi-Experiment within a Swedish State