Kathrin Coobs

Kathrin Coobs’ doctoral research focuses on the question ‘What leads children and adolescents to become “difficult”?’ and explores how biographically induced solution strategies contradict the societal norm and exceed the prevalent systems.

As teaching staff of the Chair for Sociology of Social Work, she is mostly involved in the topics of systemic conversation techniques, systemic work with children and adolescents in difficult circumstances as well as systemic work within residential youth services.

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