Poster session

General Information
The posters will be on display during the reception time Monday evening, November 16.
There will also likely be traffic in the poster area during breaks and registration.

For more information about the posters and the presenter(s) click at the title of the poster.

List of Conference posters 

1. Altrecht ABC Supported Education for youth with psychiatric disabilities
Venu Nieuwenhuizen works as a Master Rehabilitation Counselor at Altrecht/ABC, a large Mental Health organization in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He supports youth with a psychiatric disability in the areas of education and work, and works as a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Trainer, Supervisor and Consultant in the field of mental health

2. Choosy Course. How to help high school students with autism to choose the right further education?
Franca Hiddink, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

3. Ledovec and its role in SEd in Czech Republic
Martin Fojticek, Ledovec, Czech Republic

4. Expertise Centre for Supported Education
Lies Korevaar, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

5. Implementation of Supported Education programs
Lies Korevaar, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

6. The Benefits and Challenges of Participation in a Supported Education Program for Persons with Mental Illness: A Comparative Study in Denmark and Israel
Ron Shor, Rune Kjaer Kappel,  Martin Pors Knudsen,  Louise Margrethe Pedersen, Shlomik Avshalom,  Penina Weiss, Vered Speier Keisar, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; Aarus University Denmark

7. Peer 2 Peer: a powerful resource
Laura van Meijeren, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

8. TExAs Study Center – Supported Education in practice
Katrin Lundmark, Föreningen Urkraft (work integrated social enterprize), Skellefteå Sweden

9. T-shaped collaboration between care and educational professionals
Jelco Caro, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

10. ‘To Tell or Not to Tell’ , disclosing your psychiatric disability at school. Experiences from four European countires
Jacomijn Hofstra, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

11. The effect of Supported Education and Supported Employment for patients with an At Risk Mental State for psychosis. First results of an RCT
Roeline Nieboer, Nynke Boonstra, Aaltsje Malda, Margriet Oosterkamp, Mirjam Koree, Mental Health Organization GGZ Friesland, the Netherlands

12. PROJECT RUSTA – University support for students with Asperger syndrome at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm 2014 – 2017
Ann Lindgren, Rusta project, Sweden

13. A Supported Education toolkit for educators, mental health practitioners and policy makers: results from the ImpulSE project
Representatives of the ImpulSE project from Norway: Evan Toft & Mette Kolbjørnsen

14. Integration of Supported Education and Supported EmploymentChantal Van Audenhove, Inge Neyens & Jeroen Knaeps,  LUCAS KU Leuven, Belgium

15.Centre for Education for young people with psychiatric disabilities
Lenneke Docter, Promens Care Mental Health Organization, The Netherlands

16. Preliminary Results a Cognitive Remediation Intervention for College Students with Psychiatric Conditions
Michelle G. Mullen, M.S.1, Judy L. Thompson, Ph.D.1, Derek Malenczak, M.S.1, Giovanna Giacobbe, B.A.1, Sean Karyczak, B.A.1, Elizabeth Twamley, Ph.D.3, Ann Murphy, Ph.D.1, Steven M. Silverstein, Ph.D.2,4, Kenneth J. Gill, Ph.D.1
1Departments of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions, and 2Psychiatry at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 3Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, and 4Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care

17. AEIPS Supported Education Program
Lucia Oliveira studied Social Politics in ISCSP – Universidade de Lisboa. She’s been working in several projects at AEIPS since 1997 mainly in Supported Employment and since 2008 in the Supported Education Program.
Luis Sá Fernandes studied Psychology in ISPA – Instituto Universitário. He’s been working in AEIPS since 2011 in the Supported Education Program.
Currently they are representing AEIPS in the ImpulSE European Project.

18. Back to school!
Simone Boven works as a cognitive behavioral worker at Accare, organization for Children & Youth Psychiatry in the Netherlands

19. Participatory psychiatry & Education
Pascale van Damme works as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at Accare, organization for Children & Youth Psychiatry in the Netherlands. She is specialized in the treatment of adolescents and young adults with autism

20. Supported Education training for professionals
Jos Dröes, MD & PhD,  works as innovator & trainer at the Rehabilitation ’92 Foundation in Utrecht, the Netherlands

21. Identification and support in higher education
Evelien Westerbeek is a consultant handicap + studie & coordinator of the student platform for students with disabilities of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

22. Collaboration enabling supported education: 10 years Back to school
Marion Ammeraal (occupational therapist) is a delegate of the steering committee enabling to continue this program during the years.  She is a staff member of the participation team Actenz of GGZ inGeest in Amsterdam.

23. Post-secondary Students with Psychiatric Disabilities in Malaysia and the Need for Supported Education
Ms Goh Siao Yen is a Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) working in a psychiatric rehabilitation centre under the Singapore Anglican Community Services in Singapore.  She was a tuition school principal in Malaysia before.  The poster presentation is on her Master in Educational Psychology dissertation, while studying at the University Technology of Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia; and supervised by Associate Professor Dr. Azizi Yahaya.

24. From Patient to Student: Study of a Canadian hospital Supported Education Program
Shanti Fernando is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, Canada.  Her current research on supported education hospital programs for persons living with mental illness was started in 2012.
Alyson King is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, Ontario Canada (UOIT). She earned her PhD in the history of education in Ontario. Her research concentrates on improving equity in communities and institutions through increasing accessibility in education and raising awareness of barriers to equity.

25. Supported Education in a clinic for ortho- and forensic youth psychiatry
Anja Manse is a teacher and work practice coach at VSO de Fjord. Jan Willem Stolk is senior teacher at VSO de Fjord. VSO de Fjord is one of the schools of Yulius Onderwijs (Education) in Rotterdam and surroundings, the Netherlands.

26. Theory as healing: Mad Studies reading groups
Grietje Keller studies women’s studies. She is the founder of stichting Perceval and organizes Mad Studies reading groups since 2014.

27. WRAP for school. (Self)Supported Education with psychiatric disabilities
Stefan ter Horst and Sonja Teuben are working as a lecturer at the Hanze University Groningen. Primarily they teach at the Associate Degree (AD) programme ‘Expert by Experience in Mental Health Care”.

Programme brochure with the complete programme of the conference and an overview of the workshops and posters.