Dipl.-Psych. Nadine Seiferling



Diploma thesis: „Anticipation-dependent modulation of the fear potentiated startle-reaction in Social Phobics”

Studies of Psychology and Film at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Undergraduate and graduate studies in Psychology (Diploma), University of Heidelberg.
(Specialization in Work and Organizational Psychology and Clinical Psychology)

Professional Experience

Since 2013
PhD candidate, University of Heidelberg, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology. Project funded by the Innovation Fund FRONTIER: “Resource-oriented into Retirement” (Project Management: Dr. A. Michel).

Dissertation working title: “Design and Evaluation of a Group-Coaching Intervention to promote self-regulation, well-being and health in retirees-to-be”

Since 2011
Research associate, University of Heidelberg, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology, Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Sonntag.

2011- 2013
Personal Aide of Vice-Rector of Quality Development, Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Sonntag, University of Heidelberg.

2009 - 2011
Assistant at CF-Consulting, Heidelberg, Germany.

Internship at Netzwerk, Center of integrative Psychotherapy, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Research internship, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand:
Sports Psychology (Referees’ decisions and trainings).

Student assistant at the Institute of Psychology, University of Heidelberg.

  • Department of Work and Organizational Psychology (2009-2011)
  • Department of Clinical Psychology (2010)
  • Department of Experimental and Theoretical Psychology (Tutor WS08/09 and WS 07/08)

Working student at American Express Finanzmanagement GmbH (HRD and Marketing), Heidelberg, Germany.


02/2008 - 08/2008
Scholarship holder of the Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg


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