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Bejegening van jongeren in een behandelinrichting

De rol van mentale representaties van gehechtheid
  • Monique Zegers
  • Carlo Schuengel
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Abstract

Plaatsing in een jeugdinrichting is het laatste alternatief voor jongeren die in hun ontwikkeling worden bedreigd. Als de hulpverlening in het eigen gezin onvoldoende uithaalt, is er slechts voor een kleinere groep jongeren van twaalf jaar of ouder plaats in een pleeggezin. Plaatsing in een jeugdinrichting heeft niet alleen het oogmerk om jongeren uit een bedreigende omgeving te halen. Behandelinrichtingen passen ook verschillende methodieken toe om probleemgedrag te verminderen en de sociale, emotionele en cognitieve ontwikkeling te stimuleren. Over het effect van behandeling in een residentiële setting is discussie. Uit onderzoek onder jongeren in justitiële inrichtingen, zoals onder jongeren van de Hunnerberg (Van Dam, 2005), blijkt over het algemeen dat de meerderheid van de jongeren al binnen een jaar na vertrek uit de inrichting recidiveert.

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  • Monique Zegers
  • Carlo Schuengel

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