Dr Fjola Dogg Helgadottir is a Senior Research Clinician at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford in Oxford, UK. She is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, and a registered clinical psychologist with the UK Health Professions Council. Fjola has completed four degrees in psychology. AI-Therapy grew out of her doctoral research, which was focused on innovative computer-based treatments for anxiety disorders.
Fjola has received several major awards for her internationally recognized research, including Australia’s prestigious Tracy Goodall Early Career Award for Research Achievement. In addition, she has trained to the highest level as a clinical psychologist in Australia, and ran a successful private practice in Sydney. At Oxford she is continuing to investigate the ways in which technology and the Internet can be used to improve and disseminate psychological treatments. See Fjola's professional qualifications and publications for more details.