Hanne Strømme

Førsteamanuensis - Klinisk psykologi
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Academic Interests

  • Dynamic psychotherapy/psychoanalysis.

  • Therapist development and acquisition of competence in psychotherapy.

  • Supervision in psychotherapy.

  • Evaluation of competence in dynamic psychotherapy/psychoanalysis.

  • Qualitative research methods, especially research interview informed by psychoanalytic theories and methods.

  • Psychotherapy research.

Teaching

Higher education and employment history

  • Previously a PhD research fellow in clinical psychology at Department of psychology, UiO.

  • Candidate at the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Institute.

  • Private practice in psychotherapy, part time.

  • Previously a clinical psychologist at the Unit for young people with psychosis, Oslo University Hospital and at the Intermediate department at Oslo Hospital.

  • Cand. psychol., UiO, in 1999.

  • Previously a journalist, i.e. in Aftenposten.

  • Cand. mag., UiO, in 1982, with the subjects: Nordic language and literature, History, and Political science.

Awards

  • Imre Szecsödy's award for outstanding publication in research and training, 2010, Helsinki.  

Appointments

  • Member of "Education and Traning in Research Methodologies Subcommitee" in International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA ). 

  • Member of the nordic section of the international project "Developing Psychoanalytic Practice and Training" (DPPT), arranged?? by IPA. Member of the subgroup "Working Party for Psychoanalytic Research". ""...

  •  Member of the Research Commitee in the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Association. 

Cooperation

  • The Han Groen-Prakken Psychoanalytic Institute for Eastern Europe (PIEE) within the European Psychoanalytic Federation (EPF) is planning to begin a research project to study acquisition of psychoanalytic competence in different training settings: ”Training in different psychoanalytic settings: The path (experience) and the outcome”. Research leader: Gábor Szönyi, Hungary. Collaborators from Norway is psychoanalyst and senior researcher Sverre Varvin, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress (NKVTS), and Hanne Strømme.  

Tags: Clinical psychology
Published Jan. 28, 2011 10:38 AM - Last modified July 8, 2019 3:33 PM