Elisabeth Schrammen, M.Sc.
Institut für Translationale Psychiatrie
Albert-Schweitzer-Straße 1, Gebäude A9a
Phone: +49 (0) 251 83-51856
06/2020 - present Research assistant, Institute for Translational Psychiatry, University of Münster
10/2020 - present Clinical psychologist at APV Münster
06/2018 - 05/2020 Clinical psychologist at Christoph‑Dornier Klinik Münster
Education and Training
06/2020 - present Doctoral studies
04/2018 - present Training Psychological Psychotherapist (CBT) at APV Münster
10/2015 - 03/2018 M.Sc. Psychology, University of Münster
Major: Cognitive Neuroscience
10/2012 - 08/2015 B.Sc. Psychology, University of Münster
Working as a clinical psychologist, I'm experiencing firsthand how effective psychotherapy can be – and how often it fails to sufficiently improve patients' well-being. This motivates me gaining deeper insights into underlying mechanisms that might help to improve therapeutic success in the long run. I'm particularly interested in questions on how psychotherapy relates to brain functioning in anxiety disorders: Do psychotherapeutic interventions shape brain functioning and what does this tell us about potential mechanisms of change? Can therapeutic success be improved by interventions targeting cortical areas associated to better outcome? Is there a link between patients' individual genetic predisposition, brain functioning and therapeutic success?
2021 DAAD Research Scholarship for PhD Students
2012 - 2020 Student Scholarship, German Academic Scholarship Foundation