Amar El-Omari

I graduated as a clinical psychologist in 2005 (UGent) and started working as a psychotherapist in Brussels. I've always been interested in the way migration, religion and identity influence each other. I've wrote multiple publications and often organized trainings on this matter (from the perspective of health care and psychosocial well-being). In 2015 I started questionning how we can understand what drives someone towards radicalization. As of 2021 I'm working on a PhD that thrives to study radicalization and deradicalization by the way of a qualitative study. I'm conducting this study from a psychoanalytical perspective by the use of the notion of identity

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