Title: Professor and Senior Academic Lecturer
Company: Georg August University of Göttingen
Location: Duderstadt, Germany
Stefan Jacobs, a Professor and Senior Academic Lecturer at Georg August University of Göttingen, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of social science.
Having accrued more than five decades of inimitable expertise in his chosen field, Dr. Jacobs has garnered a laudable reputation as a professor on behalf of the pain center at the Georg August University of Göttingen, for which he has served since 1974. Bearing a particular specialization in psychotherapy and the treatment of patients who experience chronic pain conditions, he previously served as a clinical psychologist at Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University of Hannover between 1972 and 1974. Dr. Jacobs initially became involved in his profession as an assistant professor at the University of Cologne, where he joined the faculty staff in 1970.
Well regarded for his scholarly output, Dr. Jacobs is the author of two books, including “EMDR and Biofeedback in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder,” which is due to be published in English in the coming years. Likewise, he has written a plethora of articles, many of which have appeared in such professional journals as European Psychiatry, Alcohol and Alcoholism, and the Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychoanalysis. For his impressive catalog of research and exemplary performance in the field, Dr. Jacobs has been bestowed with several accolades, including a research prize from the National Science Foundation in 2004, as well as a prize from the German Society for Addiction Research & Addiction Therapy.
Dr. Jacobs first sought an education at the University of Cologne, from which he attained a diploma in psychology in 1969. Following this accomplishment, he received a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Bonn in 1973. To remain aware of developments in the field, Dr. Jacobs has maintained his professional affiliation with the German Society of Client-Centered Psychotherapy and the German Society of Behavioral Medicine and Behavior Modification.
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