SENIOR LECTURERDepartment of
About Karin Grip
Licensed psychologist and licensed psychotherapist. I got my degrees from Umeå University in 1999 and Gothenburg University in 2007.
I have been teaching among several of the educations given at the department in Gothenburg, as well as at the department of psychology in Umea in developmental psychology, attachment theory and application, developmental psychopathology and basic neuropsychology and psychological assessment.
My research focuses is on child exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) and mothers survivors of IPV. A special interest of mine is attachment theory and assessment of attachment.
At the moment I take part in a feasibility study concerning evidence-based support and treatment methods for children exposed to IPV. The methods we are studying are the Kids Club, Project Support, Child Parent Psychotherapy and Trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
Grip, K., Almqvist, K. & Broberg, A.G. (2011). Effects of a group-based intervention on psychological health and perceived parenting capacity among mothers exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV): A preliminary study. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 81; 1, 81-100.
Grip, K., Almqvist, K. & Broberg, A.G. (2012). Maternal report on child outcome after a community-based program following intimate partner violence. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 66, 239-247.
Grip, K. Almqvist, K., Axberg, U. & Broberg, A.G. (In press). Children exposed to IPV and the reported effects of psychosocial interventions. To be published in Violence & Victims, 2013; 28 (2/3).
Grip, K. Almqvist, K., Axberg, U. & Broberg, A.G. Perceived quality of life and health complaints in children exposed to intimate partner violence. (Submitted to Journal Family Violence).
Parents’ Descriptions of How Their Psychosis Affects
Sometimes the structure around us fails - parenting and
Thinking critically about cross-cultural implementation—Swedish social workers’ experiences of testing the Kids’ Club method for helping child and mother victims of intimate partner
Åsa Källström, Karin Grip
European Journal of Social Work - 2019-01-01
Intimate Partner Violence Victimization, Maternal harsh discipline, and the Mediating Impact of care-giving helplessness and parental
Archives of psychology - 2019-01-01
Utveckling av bedömningsinstrument och stödinsatser för våldsutsatta
Anders G Broberg, Kjerstin Almqvist, Petra Appell, Ulf Axberg, Åsa Källström Cater, Helena Draxler, Maria Eriksson, Karin Grip, Fredrik Hjärthag, Ole Hultmann, Clara Iversen, Karin Röbäck de Souza
Utveckling och prövning av metoder för att kartlägga våld i
Anders Broberg, Kjerstin Almqvist, Appel Petra, Ulf Axberg, Åsa Cater, Helena Draxler, Maria Eriksson, Karin Grip, Fredrik Hjärthag, Clara Iversen, Karin Röbäck de Souza
iRiSk – UTVECKLING AV BEDÖMNINGSINSTRUMENT OCH STÖDINSATSER FÖR VÅLDSUTSATTA BARN - 2015-01-01
Barn som tvingas växa upp med våld mellan sina
Perceived Quality of Life and Health Complaints in Children Exposed to Intimate Partner
Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence and the Reported Effects of Psychosocial
The Damage Done - Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence and their Mothers: Towards empirically based interventions in order to reduce negative health effects in
Maternal report on child outcome after a community-based program following intimate partner
Stöd till barn som bevittnat våld mot mamma - Resultat från en nationell
Effects of a Group-Based Intervention on Psychological Health and Perceived Parenting Capacity among Mothers Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): A Preliminary
Våld och Trauma. Klientfokuserad utvärdering av behandling för våldsutsatta mammor och deras
Attachment RepresentationsIn Young Children with ODD and CD are Related to the Effectiveness of The IYS Parent Management Training