This project is being led by the Child and Adolescent Mental Health working group in the Department of Public Mental Health, National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic.
Research Program 2
National Institute of Mental Health
250 67 Klecany
This project was prepared in cooperation with the RSJ Czech Republic Foundation
Petr Winkler is the head of National Institute of Mental Health in Klecany. In 2009 he graduated from the Department of Social Work, Faculty of Arts, Charles University. In 2020, he received a Doctor of Philosophy in Health Service and Population Research from King’s College London. He is project guarantor of the On My Mind project.
Anna Kagstrom received her BSc in Psychology from California State University, Sacramento, and her MSc in Global Mental Health in a joint programme at the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London, and the London School of Hygiene and Medicine. She is currently a researcher and project coordinator at the National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic focusing on child and adolescent mental health in the department of public mental health.
Magdalena Lukasová works as a Teacher Training Specialist in the CAMH team. She received her Master in Social Pedagogy at Charles University in Czech Republic. She ensures smooth and successful implementation of On My Mind through coordinating teacher training courses and providing on-going support to teachers and schools.
Laura Bechyňová received her Master in psychology at Charles University in Czech Republic, specialising in clinical psychology and health. She is a researcher at NUDZ and leads the development of the curriculum and technical materials.
Ondrej Pesout partakes in the CAMH team as a research coordinator. He received his PhD in Educational Psychology from North Carolina State University. His main research area focuses on developing self-regulated learning and metacognition assessment methods and interventions applied in formal education.
Hana Tomášková received her BSc. in Psychology from the University of Plymouth and her MSc. in Child Development from University College London (UCL). She works as a junior researcher in the CAMH project
Benjamin Šimsa is completing his BSc. in Psychology at Charles University and is a research assistant on the CAMH team. He is interested in reproducible research, open science and the methodological/meta-scientific aspects of psychology.
Filip Menšl – graphic design