Emma Högberg Ragnarsson
Licensed psychologist, PhD-student, course coordinator and clinical teacher at the Centre for Psychiatry Research (CPF) at Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm City Council.
After graduating from the psychology program at the Umeå university 2008, I worked as a clinical psychologist at a child and adolescent psychiatric clinic (BUP) in Region Västmanland. I received my clinical accreditation in 2009. In 2010 I moved to Stockholm to work as a clinical psychologist at BUMM (Barn- och ungdomsmedicinsk mottagning), Astrid Lindgren children’s hospital, Karolinska hospital. In parallel, I worked at a private clinic and later started my own practice. In 2016 I began my employment at the Centre for Psychiatry Research (CPF) at Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm City Council, to develop a clinical specialist educational programme for psychologists in BUP. In 2018 I enrolled as a PhD-student in parallel to working as a course coordinator and clinical teacher at CPF, which has been my occupation since then.
My research focuses on:
1. Effects and moderators of clinical skills training outcomes
2. Learning transfer and implementation in clinical context
3. Mental health clinicans’ professional development.
My main supervisor is associate professor Tobias Lundgren, and I am part of research group K8 CPF Lundgren. Co-supervisors are dr Lise Bergman-Nordgren, dr Martin Forster and professor Clara Hellner.
At the Centre for Psychiatry Research at Karolinska Institutet I am a course coordinator and teacher at the specialist psychologist programme in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Licensed clinical psychologist