is Professor of Gender and Sexuality at Fulda University of Applied Sciences. After receiving her doctorate in 2012 from Goethe University Frankfurt, she has taught and conducted research at various institutes in Germany, Israel, Austria, and the United States, including the University of California, Berkeley, Tel Aviv University, and the University of Graz. Flick leads the DFG-funded project “Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Work-Related Suffering in Germany (PsyWork),” the project “Sexuality and Intimacy as Quality of Life. On the Professionalization of Sexual Assistance [SeXistenz]” and the project “Shaping Sexualities. On the Professional Processing of Sexuality” (funded by the Coordination Office for Gender Studies and Equality/Elisabeth List Fellowship Program at the University of Graz).
She is a member of the Institute for Social Research (IfS) in Frankfurt am Main, at medico international and of the editorial board of “Psychotherapie Forum”, journal of the Austrian Federal Association for Psychotherapy. At the IfS she is one of the spokespersons of the working group “Gender, Kindship, Sexuality”. Her main research interests are gender and sexuality theories, professions of psychosocial work, social problems, social theory and qualitative social research, especially methodology.