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9 Kinderen van ouders met psychiatrische problemen

  • Jan O.E. de Clercq
  • Sarah Van Vreckhem

Samenvatting

Kinderen van ouders met psychiatrische problemen (KOPP) worden omschreven als ‘kinderen van wie minstens één van de ouders tenminste één keer opgenomen is geweest in een psychiatrisch ziekenhuis of in een psychiatrische afdeling van een algemeen ziekenhuis, of bij wie door een deskundige een psychiatrisch ziektebeeld is geconstateerd’ (Dhondt, Van Doesum & Zonneveld, 1988, p. 11).

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  • Jan O.E. de Clercq
  • Sarah Van Vreckhem

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