Cultural Clinical Psychology Young Researchers Network
Cultural-Clinical Psychology exists at the intersection of two academic traditions: cultural psychology and clinical psychology. This field represents the ongoing evolution of a decades-long effort by psychologists to understand the ways in which culture shapes mental and physical health and well-being.* The Cultural Clinical Psychology Young Researchers Network aims to explore possible future directions of research at the intersection of cultural and clinical psychology, and to open a space for dialogue between young researchers in Europe, both clinical psychologists working in the field as well as academics from outside Europe with a range of theoretical backgrounds. The main goals of this network are:
1. Connect: To bring together psychological researchers with a substantial interest in this area, especially promoting interdisciplinary work;
2. Share: To build connections for collaborations, knowledge and resource sharing (e.g., promote methodological skills);
3. Inspire: To develop a supportive community of young researchers to foster creative and innovative research ideas.
Want to join?
Thank you for your interest in our network. Please contact us via e-mail on if you are interested in becoming a member. Please indicate your research discipline and research institution.
You will be regularly informed by e-mail about activities and upcoming events.
We look forward to hearing from you.