Wolfgang Lutz


University of Trier


Professor Lutz has has more than 200 publications (peer-reviewed papers, chapters and books) including the first work demonstrating the benefits of classifying different trajectories of treatment change and illustrating how decision-support tools can be targeted to the different patient groups. He is one of the pioneers of patient-focused and feedback research and worked in this area in several countries using service research data from the US, the UK, Switzerland and Germany.

He currently is a full professor and chair of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Trier/Germany as well as director of the clinical training program and the outpatient research clinic at the University of Trier. He is Editor of Psychotherapy Research and Co-editor of the German Journal of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics and has served or serves on the Editorial board of several more international Journals in the field (e.g. Cognitive Therapy and Research). The Association for Psychological Science listed him 2014 at their Faces and Minds website as a distinguished researcher and leader in the field of psychological science. 

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