Ms Lotte De Schrijver

Researcher

Lotte

Lotte De Schrijver, MSc, is a clinical psychologist and sexologist with both scientific and clinical experience in the field of SRHR. 

Lotte is currently working on the project UN-MENAMAIS: UNderstanding the MEchanisms, NAture, MAgnitude and Impact of Sexual violence in Belgium. She focuses on the prevalence of sexual violence and its impact on the lives of individuals belonging to minority groups in Belgium. For her PhD, she is specifically interested in studying sexual violence in sexual & gender minorities and migrants, applicants for international protection and refugees from an intersectional and psychological perspective.

She has been working on several projects at the ICRH since 2014, including FGM-PREV: Towards a better estimation of prevalence of female genital mutilation in the European Union and SH-CAPAC: Supporting health coordination, assessments, planning, access to health care and capacity building in Member States under particular migratory pressure. In addition, she also participated in several projects aimed at training health care professionals in SRHR.  

Lotte combines her work at the ICRH with practicing clinical psychology, sexology and cognitive behavioral therapy in a multidisciplinary group practice. Further, she is also the president of the Vlaamse Vereniging van Klinisch Psychologen (VVKP, Flemish Association of Clinical Psychologists) and a board member of the Belgian Federation of Psychologists (BFP). 

She holds a Master degree in Human Sexuality Studies, a Master in World Religions, Inter-religious Dialogue and Religious Studies, a Master in Clinical and Health Psychology and a Master in Health Management and Policy. She also holds a degree in Psycho-oncology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
 

Publicaties van Lotte

2021 Good practice tool for police hearings with migrant, applicant for international protection, refugee (MAR), trafficked, and LGBT+ victims of sexual violence

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2021 Modello di buona prassi per gli agenti di polizia che conducono colloqui con migranti, richiedenti protezione internazionale, rifugiati (MRR), vittime di tratta e persone LGBT+ che hanno subito violenza sessuale

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2021 Outil de bonnes pratiques pour les interrogatoires de police avec les victimes de violences sexuelles étant des migrants, réfugiés, demandeurs de protection internationale (MRD), des victimes de la traite des êtres humains et des victimes LGBT+

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2021 Richtlijnen voor politieverhoren met Migranten, Verzoekers om Internationale Bescherming en Vluchtelingen (MiViV), slachtoffers van mensenhandel en LGBT+ slachtoffers van seksueel geweld

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2021 Eerste bevindingen omtrent Seksueel Geweld en COVID-19 in 2020 in België : kan een voorspellingsmodel helpen in vergelijkbare lockdown-situaties?

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2021 Eindrapport Onderzoek naar Relaties, Stress en Agressie in de eerste 12 maanden van COVID-19 in België

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2021 Mental health and domestic violence in LGB+ persons during lockdown measures in Belgium

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2020 Towards a better estimation of prevalence of female genital mutilation in the European Union : a situation analysis

Lotte De Schrijver, Els Leye

2020 Mental Health, aggression, and COVID-19 : impact of lockdown measures on mental health and domestic violence victimization in older adults

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2020 Onderzoek naar Relaties, Stress en Agressie (RSA) ten tijde van COVID-19 in België : eerste resultaten mei 2020

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2020 Relaties, Stress en Agressie in tijden van corona in België : voornaamste bevindingen over de eerste vier weken van de coronamaatregelen : rapport 1 : 13 mei 2020

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2020 Relations, Stress et Agressivité en période de corona en Belgique : principaux résultats des quatre premières semaines des mesures sanitaires prises pour lutter contre le coronavirus : rapport 1 : le 13 mai 2020

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2020 Slachtofferschap van geweld tijdens de COVID-19-lockdown in België : eerste resultaten van een lopend nationaal cohorteonderzoek

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2018 UN-MENAMAIS : understanding the mechanisms, nature, magnitude and impact of sexual violence on female, male and transgender victims, their peers, offspring, professionals and society in Belgium

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2018 UN-MENAMAIS : understanding the mechanisms, nature, magnitude and impact of sexual violence on female, male and transgender victims, their peers, offspring, professionals and society in Belgium

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert, Anne Nobels

2018 Holistische zorg voor slachtoffers van seksueel geweld

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2018 Prevalence of sexual violence in migrants, applicants for international protection, and refugees in Europe : a critical interpretive synthesis of the evidence

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2018 Sexual violence in migrants, applicants for international protection and refugees : a critical interpretive synthesis

Lotte De Schrijver, Ines Keygnaert

2017 Reproductive health and sexual violence in refugees and migrants

Lotte De Schrijver

2016 A multidisciplinary approach to clitoral reconstruction after female genital mutilation : the crucial role of counselling

Lotte De Schrijver, Els Leye

Projecten van Lotte

Inclusive Holistic Care for Migrant victims of sexual violence (INHeRE)

Migranten, aanvragers van internationale bescherming en vluchtelingen (MAV) lopen in alle fasen van hun migratietraject een hoog risico op seksueel slachtofferschap. Een geïntegreerde,  holistische aanpak, van opsporing tot follow-up, is erkend als de beste zorg voor alle slachtoffers van SG.


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Interpersonal violence Epidemiological modeling

Relationships, Stress and Aggression during the COVID-19 crisis in Belgium(RSA)

To contain the COVID-19 pandemic, governments worldwide restricted social and physical contact by issuing lockdown and social-distancing measures. Already  a few weeks after the first COVID-19 realted lockdown being issued in Belgium in March 2020, Prof Keygnaert (UGent-ICHR) and Prof Vandeviver (UGent-IRCP) set up a study on Relationships, Stress and Aggression (RSA) in times of COVID-19 crisis in Belgium. This longitudinal self-reporting study was stopped in July 2020 and got lots of attention as it demonstrated high levels of stress, rather unhealthy ways of coping and a lot of domestic violence occurring in Belgian households.


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Interpersonal violence

UN-MENAMAIS: Een beter begrip van de mechanismes, aard, omvang en impact van seksueel geweld in België

Het UN-MENAMAIS onderzoeksproject streeft naar een beter begrip van de mechanismes, aard, omvang en impact van seksueel geweld in België.


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