Anna-Carlotta Zarski studied Psychology at the Philipps-Universität Marburg and started her PhD studies at the Leuphana Universität Lüneburg in 2014 in the EU-funded project on the prevention and treatment of mental disorders (Innovation Incubator GET.ON). Since the end of 2015, Anna-Carlotta Zarski functions as a study coordinator in the EU-funded project ICare , “Integrating Technology into Mental Health Care Delivery in Europe”, that aims at developing and evaluating transdiagnostic internet-based preventive interventions for anxiety and depression at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. Moreover, her research interest focuses on female sexual health. In April 2016, she started her vocational training in behavioral psychotherapy. Anna-Carlotta Zarski has presented her research on international conferences and her project on internet-based treatment for female sexual dysfunction was awarded the Wilhelm Exner Prize for Psychology 2017 for innovations in Clinical and Health Psychology.
Psychotherapist Training, 2016-
Promotion (PhD), 2019
Diploma Psychology, 2013
Phillips University Marburg