Member Bios

Welcome Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood Topic Network Members!

This section is especially for you to get to know one another and introduce yourself to the rest of the Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood Topic Network associated with The Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (www.ssea.org).

Please consider adding your bio. NOTE: To do this, you’ll need to be a member of sea (www.ssea.org) and you’ll need a wordpress account (it’s free!).

To do so:

1. Click the “Leave a reply” button, below.

2. Where it says, “Enter your comment here,” write a brief (no more than one paragraph) blurb about yourself including your name, professional affiliation and position, your current area of research and/or clinical work, and what you are looking for as a member of the Mental Health Topic Network. We want to know!

3. Click “Post comment” to add your bio.

We’re looking forward to learning about you, your work, your interests, and resources you have to share with our community.

Jenn & Yesel

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  1. My name is Regina Winzer and I work as an analyst for the Public Health Agency in Sweden, Unit for Mental health. I am also a PhD-student at the Karolinska Institutet and my research area is Mental health and mental ill-health in young people, aged 16 – 29 years – promotive- and risk factors, time-trends and interventions.
    The main aim of the PhD-project is to identify which factors contribute to mental health and mental ill-health respectively in young people. Data from the Swedish National Public Health Survey and the Stockholm Public Health Cohort have been used. Additionally two controlled interventions – a) to handle stressful situations, b) to prevent depressive symptoms in young women – have been conducted in high-schools.
    I am happy to follow the SSEA-network but my time for collaboration is limited as I work full time in addition to my doctoral studies.
    Best regards,
    Regina

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