Erwin (Willem) Landman is PhD-student at Developmental Psychopathology and Forensic Psychology, Tilburg University and teacher in in Social Work, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences Leeuwarden. His work as a researcher concerns exploring new methodological directions for single case designs in the social domain and the implementation of single case designs in a broad variety of clinical settings.
Based on the conviction that practice needs science to develop and science needs practice, Madeleine Rijckmans, both as a researcher and as a practitioner, is involved in antisocial and transgressive behavior within forensic mental health care. Madeleine works at Tilburg University as a Clinical Assistant Professor in forensic mental healthcare. She also works as at Fivoor as a psychotherapist / health care psychologist at the forensic outpatient clinic and as a senior research fellow at the Science & Treatment Innovation department. She is chair of the national expertnetwork Antisocial Behavior of the Knowledge Center for Personality Disorders. Madeleine has an ISST advanced level certification (senior schematherapist) and is an EMDR Europe Practitioner.