GZ - Psychologie

, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp 16–21 | Cite as

Tussen stoornisgerichte zorg en risicogericht ingrijpen

Diagnostiek in de ambulante forensische psychiatrie
  • Niels BoswinkelEmail author
  • Wouter Den Bode


Belangrijkste missie van de forensische psychiatrie is zorgen voor veiligheid. Maar ook hier geldt: geen gerichte zorg zonder goede indicatiestelling. Gz-psychologen Niels Boswinkel en Wouter den Bode, teamleiders bij forensische polikliniek de Waag, schreven een introductie over diagnostiek binnen een (ambulante) forensische setting.


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