Kristina Eichel did her PhD in Psychology at University of Cologne in 2016. She studied error detection and mindfulness with EEG. In 2016, she worked in the Social Cognition Center Cologne on social comparison, envy and mindfulness. From 2017 to 2019, Kristina worked as Postdoc at Brown University researching emotion-, attention- and self-related processing as mechanisms of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) under supervision of Dr. Willoughby Britton and Dr. Jared Lindahl in their Clinical and Affective Neuroscience Lab. She investigated gender differences, social factors and diversity issues within MBIs. Since August 2019, she is in clinical training for systemic therapy at Charité, Berlin. She is engaged with Psychologists4Future and in other political activities addressing climate injustice. Her approach is inspired by Pleasure Activism by adrienne maree brown.
This profile was last updated on November 16, 2020
Mind & Life Connections
Brooke D. Lavelle, Kristina Eichel
Critical Neuroscience and the Politics of Mindfulness Interventions for Youth: A Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Working Group
Suparna Choudhury, William Wannynn, Elena Hailwood, Steven Stanley, Jennifer Thomson