Aline Pouille

Aline Pouille obtained her Master's degree in Educational Sciences, Special Needs Education at Ghent University in 2017; this after a few internships in Belgium and India, where she supported children and adults with special needs. She finished her master’s degree with the thesis: ‘Narratives of women with mental health problems and the meaning of an artistic workplace in their personal recovery process’. After finishing her teaching degree, Aline started a doctoral research at the Department of Special Needs Education in October 2018. This interdisciplinary research, with prof. Dr. Wouter Vanderplasschen (Department of Special Needs Education) and prof. Dr. Freya Vander Laenen (Department of Criminology, Criminal Law and Social Law), as promotor and co-promotor, looks into the recovery process of substance users with a migration background. 


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