Andrea Jesser

Mag. Mag. Dr. Andrea Jesser, Bakk.

Center for Psychotherapy, Counselling and Supervision

Publications (Extract Research Database)

Dale, R; Jesser, A; Pieh, C; O'Rourke, T; Probst, T; Humer, E. (2022). Mental health burden of high school students, and suggestions for psychosocial support, 1.5 years into the COVID-19 pandemic in Austria. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2022: 10.1007/s00787-022-02032-4

Jesser, A.; Muckenhuber, J.; Lubglmayr, B. (2022). Psychodynamic Therapist`s Subjective Experiences with Remote Psychotherapy During the COVID-19-Pandemic – a Qualitative Study with therapists practicing Guided Affective Imagery, Hypnosis and Autogenous Relaxation. Frontiers in Psychology, 07 January 2022: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.777102

Jesser, A.; Schaffler, Y.; Gächter, A.; Dale, R.; Humer, E.; Pieh, C. (2022). School students' concerns and support after one year of COVID-19 in Austria: A qualitative study using content analysis. Healthcare, 10(7): 1334

Nußbaumer-Streit, B.; Jesser, A.; Humer, E.; Barke, A.; Doering, B.K.; Haid, B.; Schimböck, W.; Reisinger, A.; Gasser, M.; Eichberger-Heckmann, H.; Stippl, P.; Gartlehner, G.; Pieh, C.; Probst, T. (2022). A web-survey assessed attitudes toward evidence-based practice among psychotherapists in Austria. Scientific Reports, 12: 9374

Pieh, C.; Dale, R.; Jesser, A.; Probst, T.; Plener, P.L.; Humer, E. (2022). The impact of migration status on adolescents’ mental health during COVID-19. Healthcare, 10(1): 176

Dale, R.; O'Rourke, T.; Humer, E.; Jesser, A.; Plener, P.; Pieh, C. (2021). Mental Health of Apprentices during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Austria and the Effect of Gender, Migration Background, and Work Situation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(17), 8933: 1-11

Humer, E.; Jesser, A.; Plener, P.L.; Probst, T.; Pieh, C. (2021). Education level and COVID-19 vaccination willingness in adolescents. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Published online 22.09.2021: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-021-01878-4

Jesser, A.; Muckenhuber, J.; Lunglmayr, B.; Dale, R.; Humer, E. (2021). Provision of psychodynamic psychotherapy in Austria during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18/17): 9046

Mädge, A.-L.; Maier, C.; Hierzer, J.; Dörfler, S.; Haslinger, M.; Muckenhuber, J.; Schrank, B. (2021). Arbeit in der psychosozialen Versorgung von Kindern und Familien während der Covid-19-Pandemie – Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Längsschnittstudie in Wien und Niederösterreich. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 4/2021, 12/2021: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11614-021-00463-y

Probst, T.; Haid, B.; Schimböck, W.; Reisinger, A.; Gasser, M.; Eichberger-Heckmann, H.; Stippl, P.; Jesser, A.; Humer, E.; Korecka, N.; Pieh, C. (2021). Therapeutic interventions in in-person and remote psychotherapy: Survey with psychotherapists and patients experiencing in-person and remote psychotherapy during COVID-19. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, Volume 28, Issue 4: 988-1000

Yvonne Schaffler; Afsaneh Gächter (geteilte Erstautorinnenschaft) Rachel Dale; Andrea Jesser; Thomas Probst; Christoph Pieh (2021). Concerns and Support after One Year of COVID-19 in Austria: A Qualitative Study Using Content Analysis with 1505 Participants. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 18(15): https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18158218

Mädge, A.-L.; Schmalwieser, S.; Diendorfer, T.; Böckle, M.; Schrank, B. (2021). Forschung verändert die Praxis – das Online Peer Encouragement Network. psychopraxis.neuropraxis, 6: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00739-020-00676-y, Springer

Mädge, A.-L.; Schmalwieser, S.; Schrank, B.; Böckle, M. (2021). Chancen niederschwelliger online Peer-to-Peer Begleitung für Jugendliche am Beispiel der Online-Plattform OPEN. Psychotherapie Forum, 12/2021: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00729-021-00188-z, Springer

Wöhrer, V.; Jesser, A.; Mataloni, B.; Schmidt, A. (2020). Insights from setting up the first wave of a qualitative longitudinal study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19: 1-12

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