Vivienne de Vogel is a psychologist. Since March 2017, she has been a professor within the Research group Working with Mandated Clients at the Research Centre for Social Innovation (KSI). She also works as a researcher at De Forensische Zorgspecialisten (DFZS - Forensic Care Specialists). Her research focuses on (continuity in) forensic care.
Vivienne has published more than 100 articles and book chapters about her work, including for a book intended for a wider audience Geweld door vrouwen- Motieven en verklaringen (Violence by women - Motives and explanations). She has also developed various risk assessment instruments. She is particularly interested in research that is of direct practical relevance.
"Improving continuity in the chain of justice is essential in preventing recidivism"
Vivienne is a frequent speaker and member of various committees and boards, both in the Netherlands and abroad. For example, she is a member of the programme council of the Expertise Centre for Forensic Psychiatry and of the Quality Forensic Care programme. As of July 1, '20 she has been appointed as scientific advisor to the Advisory Board for TBS leave assessment.
Fields of expertise
- Continuity in the chain of justice
- Forensic care
- Gender issues in forensics
- Do changes in emotional states predict therapy alliance in Dutch male offenders in mandated clinical care?
- Does debt increase risk? A mixed methods approach to studying the potential underlying risk factors in the relationship between debt and crime
- Financial problems and debt as predictive factors for recidivism