Mag. Katrin Kristjansdottir
Counseling Services Supervisor, Faculty Member
Courses taught at WVPU
- PSYC 4225 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
- PSYC 4300 Health Psychology
- PSYC 3325 Applied Learning Theory
- PSYC 2475 Topics in Sex and Gender
- PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology
- PSYC 3025 Psychology and Ethics
Background and Facts
During her studies, Mag. Kristjansdottir specialised in assessment and therapy for both adults and children. Her training included cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), schema therapy, mindfulness, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), acceptance and commitment therapy and Mindfulness. Mag. Kristjansdottir worked at hospitals and clinics in Australia focusing on trauma related experiences in the perinatal area, working with both women and children. Furthermore, Mag. Kristjansdottir is a certified meditation teacher.
- MA in Clinical Psychology, Murdoch University, Perth Australia 2008
- Postgraduate diploma in Psychology, Murdoch University, Perth Australia 2006
- BA in Psychology, University of Iceland 2004
Hodkinson, K, Acevedo, T. & Kristjansdottir, K (2016). Tug of War Could Polarized Parenting Advice Cause Harm? International Journal of Birth and Parent Education,4, (2).
Manuela Waldner, Johann Schrammel, Michael Klein, Katrin Kristjansdottir, Dominik Unger, Manfred Tscheligi, (2013). Face Clouds: Exploring Tag clouds for Multi Dimensional Data. Proceedings of the 2013 Graphics Interface Conference
Kristjansdottir, K., & Lee, C. W. (2011). A comparison of visual versus auditory concurrent tasks on reducing the distress and vividness of aversive autobiographical memories. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 5 (2), 34-41. doi:10.1891/1933-3184.108.40.206.
Graf, C., Kristjánsdóttir, K., Wolkerstorfer, P., Oppenauer-Meerskraut, C., & Tscheligi, M. (2010). Users understanding of data storage and data traveling.
Graf, C., Wolkerstorfer, P., Kristjánsdóttir, K., & Thscheligi, M. (2010). What is your privacy preference? an insight into users understanding of privacy terms.