PhD with a background in behavioural science and anthropology specialising in prevention of child ill-health through interventions targeting parenting.
I conduct my research projects at the department of Clinical Neuroscience where am I the project leader and PI for the evaluation of a parental support intervention conducted in prisons in Sweden with the aim to prevent children's poor psychosocial health and future delinquency and marginalisation through increased positive parenting.
I am also the project leader of an evaluation of a school-based parental support intervention aimed to promote chidlren's healthy dietary and physical activity behaviours and to prevent child obesity in disadvantaged areas, the Healthy School Start Plus intervention. This intervention is carried out by the research group Community Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Department of Public Health Sciences.
I mainly work with disadvantaged families and use both quantitative and qualitative methods
My research interests also involve behaviour change, motivational interviewing, and development of theory related to prevention and cultural adaptation of evidenced-based pracitces.
Lectures in motivational interviewing, behaviour change, intervention and implementation research and the use of qualitative methods.