Teaching

Besides research, I immensely enjoy teaching all the way from fresh(wo)men to specialised research master courses. Over the past years, I have received excellent teaching evaluations. The interaction with students is energizing and sparks new ideas and concepts all the time. Additionally, trying to explain something to someone else forces you to structure and intertwine knowledge that I find greatly beneficial to myself. Long story short; I just love to show off what I know and do so with a combination of dry wit, Internet memes and pathologically inane jokes when I lecture.

2014-2015 Teaching

Lecturer and Coordinator: MSc-level course eMental Health – Research and Practice [info in Dutch]

Assistant lecturer: Research Master Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology – design of a web-assisted clinical survey

Freshman tutoring: Psychology 101 [info in Dutch]; Biological and Cognitive Psychology [info in Dutch]; Social Psychology [info in Dutch].

MSc students: Frederique Haver, Marleen Olthof, Michelle Spaan, Gatera Fazel, Sanne van der Veer.

Tutor BSc-theses (Theme: Population stigma with regards to depression and specific phobias)

2013

Lecturer and Coordinator: MSc-level course eMental Health – Research and Practice [info in Dutch]

MSc students: Emma Hylkema, Eva Selleck, Julia van Oenen [nominated for thesis award; in Dutch].

2012

Lecturer and Coordinator: MSc-level course eMental Health – Research and Practice [info in Dutch]

MSc student: Anke Boerema.

Tutor BSc-theses (Theme: Consumer attitudes to eMental Health)

2011

Lecturer and Coordinator: MSc-level course eMental Health – Research and Practice [info in Dutch]

Tutor BSc-theses (Theme: Shyness and Social Anxiety)