Ine De Neve studied Clinical Psychology at Ghent University and graduated in 2019. In her master’s dissertation she investigated the view of clinical professionals on the current and prospective Belgian mental health care. During her internship, she worked with intellectual disabled people within a forensic context.
For the past 2 years she has been a volunteer at a Psychiatric Center in Ghent where she helps people with dependency problems. After her graduation, she started as a member of the scientific staff at Ghent University within the department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology. Furthermore, she is tutoring children with study problems, performance anxiety and tiredness of school. Recently, she started working as a psychologist in a school for children with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disorders.
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology
Henri Dunantlaan 2