Angelica has a PhD in social work. With the thesis "From formal to lived participation. The social meaning of children's participation when parents dispute" she examines children's participation based on a phenomenological approach. As a sociologist, Angelica has worked primarily with family law within social services, but also addiction treatment. Her research interest is focused on children's participation, within the context of custody, residece and access assessments but also critical phenomenology and childhood studies. Angelica is a lecturer at the department of social work.