About Katarina Lindstedt
Katarina Lindstedt is a behavioural scientist, therapist, PhD and affiliated researcher at the School of Medical Sciences. She defended her doctoral thesis on adolescents and restrictive eating disorders in 2019. She works at Region Örebro County as a therapist at the Eating Disorders Unit, part of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services. She also has a part-time postdoc position and is linked to the University Healthcare Research Center (UFC).
Katarina Lindstedt’s research interests include psychiatry in general and eating disorders in particular. Other interests are clinical treatment research and qualitative methods. In her current research projects, she is examining conversations in interpersonal therapy using conversational analysis (CA), and conducting an interview study on subjective experiences of anorexia nervosa in relation to negative energy balance.