Annika Norell Clarke
Since 2015, Annika Norell Clarke has pursued research on children and adolescents’ mental health, and continued her research into the mechanisms and treatments of insomnia.
Annika Norell Clarke has taught courses on the psychologist programme and other courses in psychology at Karlstad University and Örebro University.
Annika Norell Clarke is a licensed psychologist, has a doctorate in psychology and is a member of the research group Centre of Research on Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CFBUPH).
She earned her psychologist degree in 2008 and received her psychologist licence in 2010. On graduating, she combined clinical psychologist work at Örebro County Council with doctoral studies at Örebro University. In October 2014, she defended her doctoral thesis, titled “Cogito, ergo insomnis: I think therefore I am sleepless”.
Our vision at the CFBUPH is to contribute to improving mental health and wellbeing of young people through excellent and interdisciplinary research focused on broader social and economic living conditions. CFBUPH is mainly funded by external grants.