The POBOS team

In addition to the freelance aid workers, POBOS has seven permanent employees

From left to right:

  • Laura - clinical psychologist / case manager
  • Gauthier  –  director
  • Anouck  – clinical psychologist / coordinator of the psychologists' network / quality advisor
  • Leen  –  social worker / coordinator of the network of social workers
  • Justine - clinical psychologist / case manager
  • Wendy - office manager
  • Sophie clinical psychologist / case manager 


Network of psychologists

Thanks to a national network of some 260 experienced clinical psychologists, POBOS offers a unique well-being programme aimed at improving people's well-being at the workplace and in their private lives.

Social workers

Our Social Service consists of a national network of seven professional social workers.

From left to right: Marleen, Audrey, Kristel, Leen, Stéphanie and Katrien.

Meanwhile, Kristel and Katrien left our network and were replaced by Maroussia and Isabel.

Not on the picture: Caroline, Maroussia and Isabel.

Social entrepreneurship

POBOS supports projects and initiatives that focus on the development of people, preferably young people.

  • School Without Bullying

This non-subsidised non-profit organisation offers children and teachers in ordinary and special primary education (in Flanders) several interactive school performances and a wide range of educational materials. The organisation offers tools for groups to reflect on 'nice and less nice feelings' and helps to discuss and recognise the four basic feelings (happy - angry - scared - sad). The mission in one sentence: 'Make your school a feel-good school'.  -

Thirty years of POBOS

Thirty years of POBOS. The jubilee year of 2020 was supposed to be one big party. However, it turned out to be a year that was completely dominated by COVID-19. But even in this unreal and exceptional corona year, POBOS showed creativity and flexibility. Just like over the past 30 years.

Would you like to discover a piece of POBOS' history, look together at what the future may bring, or simply be moved by the engaging testimonies of social workers, clients, partners, customers, etc.? Click here and get access to the magazine 'POBOS 30 years', published on the occasion of this anniversary year.

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