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11 Schematherapie voor Forensische Patiënten

  • D. Bernstein
  • M. de Vos
  • A. Arntz
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Samenvatting

Forensische patiënten brengen speciale uitdagingen met zich mee die niet vaak voorkomen in de algemene psychiatrie. Deze patiënten hebben vaak problemen met agressie, impulsiviteit of boosheid. Sommige bedienen zich van bedrog en manipulatie om hun doelen te bereiken. Velen zijn erg wantrouwig waardoor ze zich moeilijk inlaten met de behandeling.

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  • D. Bernstein
  • M. de Vos
  • A. Arntz

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