Kimberley Anderson //
An Evidence-Based Intervention Framework for Children Born of Sexual Violence
Dr Elisa Van Ee, Prof. Ivan Komproe and Dr. Heide Glaesmer
Kimberley graduated from University College London in 2013 with a Masters degree in Child & Adolescent Mental Health. It was during this time she became focused on psychological trauma and child development, as well as pursuing a career in academia. Her Masters thesis looked at homeless young people and the prevalence of childhood trauma experienced by this group.
Prior to relocating to the Netherlands for this project Kimberley worked as a Research Assistant for the East London NHS Foundation Trust / Queen Mary University of London, in the Unit for Social & Community Psychiatry. There she researched and supported adults with mental disorders including anxiety, depression and psychosis.
Kimberley’s aspiration is that her work on sexual violence through the CHIBOW project will take her to humanitarian settings across the globe, and she can promote the rights of women and children through this.
CHIBOW ESRs Present Preliminary Results at Chicago Conference / November 2017
CHIBOW researcher heads stateside to get to grips with ‘reflective functioning’ / June 2016
CHIBOW researchers take part in intensive course on disaster preparedness
/ June 2016
CHIBOW researcher completes secondment at Harvard University / June 2016
CHIBOW researcher publishes blog on sexual violence and stigma / June 2016