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Pim Cuijpers, PhD, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Pim Cuijpers is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (The Netherlands), and Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Dissemination of Psychological Interventions . Pim Cuijpers is specialised in conducting randomised controlled trials and meta-analyses on prevention and psychological treatments of common mental disorders. Much of his work is aimed at prevention of mental disorders, psychological treatments of depression and anxiety disorders, and Internet-delivered treatments. He has also published on a broad range of subjects in the field of clinical psychology, including psychoeducational treatment and early interventions, psychotic disorders, caregivers of dementia patients and bibliotherapy. Pim Cuijpers has published more than 950 peer-reviewed papers, chapters, reports and professional publications, including more than 750 papers in international peer-reviewed scientific journals (more than 150 as first author). According to Clarivate Analytics, he is one of the "most influential scientific minds" and is listed since 2014 in the "top 1% cited scientists in the area of psychiatry and psychology" (http://highlycited.com). According to Expertscape, an organisation that ranks researchers by their expertise in biomedial topics, professor Cuijpers is the world’s number one top expert on research on psychotherapy, and he is also in the top three of experts on depression.

Pim Cuijpers is also associate editor of Psychological Bulletin and Deputy Editor of Depression & Anxiety. In 2018 he received the Distinguished Research Career Award from the Society for Psychotherapy Research

 

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