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Rita Sørly, PhD Norut Northern Research Institute, Norway

Dr. Rita Sørly (formerly Klausen) is family and network therapist, author, PhD in mental health, and researcher at Norut Northern Research Institute in Tromsø, Norway. From January 2019, she is the editor for the Journal of Mental Health Care1, well known in the Nordic countries. Sørly's research interests are narrative theory and method, social work, mental health, health services research, community mental health and user involvement. Sørly is also working with migration and health, indigenous research and issues related to dual diagnosis and user-controlled rehabilitation in communitites. She is also interested in innovations and health care reforms. She is the co- editor of the book Fortelling og forskning. Narrativ teori og metode i tverrfaglig perspektiv, [«Story and research. Narrative theory and method in interdisciplinary perspective »] (2017) Orkana Publisher. She is also the author of the children book Namako og tentaklene – Namako ja bivdojuolggit, translation to Northern Sami language by Rauni Magga Lukkari, Gollegiella Publisher (2018).