Dominik Sieh was born (1981) in Southwest Germany. In 2001, he emigrated to the Netherlands to serve as a social worker in a refugee community in Amsterdam. He studied at University of Amsterdam, University of Jussieu in Paris and University of Toronto, Canada, resulting in a master’s degree in clinical psychology with honors from University of Amsterdam (2007). In 2012, he attained a university teaching qualification (BKO) and a PhD from the research institute of Child Development and Education of University of Amsterdam, after gaining insight into the impact of chronic parental illness on children. His dissertation resulted in the development of the Screening Instrument for Adolescents of Parents with Chronic Medical Condition (SIAPCMC), which can identify adolescents at risk for internalizing problems. Until 2015, he worked as a certified family therapist for patients with a multicultural background. In 2019, he was appointed Head of Bachelor Teaching Unit, developing teachers’ perspectives and streamlining cross-sectional teaching within the Institute of Psychology. Over the past years, he has also been focusing on bid, contract and relation management within mental health care. He has a passion for languages and speaks German, Dutch, English, Spanish, and French.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Bachelor Onderwijs
- Hoevenaren E., Sieh D. & Hoeven-Mulder H. (2020), Het functioneren van jongeren met een chronisch ziek gezinslid. Een studie naar assertiviteit en ouder-kindrelatie, De psycholoog 55(11): 10-20.
- De Bruin E.I., Sieh D.S., Zijlstra B.J.H. & Meijer A.-M. (2018), Chronic Childhood Stress: Psychometric Properties of the Chronic Stress Questionnaire for Children and Adolescents (CSQ-CA) in Three Independent Samples, Child Indicators Research 11(4): 1389-1406.
- Sieh D.S. & Visser-Meily A. (2016), A family-centred approach to parental illness. In: Morley D., Li X., Jenkinson C. (Eds.) Children and young people's response to parental illness; a handbook of assessment and practice. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 205-220.
- Sieh D.S., Oort F.J., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Meijer A.M. (2014), Mediators for internalizing problem behavior in adolescents with a chronically ill parent, Espace Politique 26(1): 67-82.
- Sieh D.S., Oort F.J., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Meijer A.M. (2013), Determining risk factors for internalizing problem behavior: The screening instrument for adolescents of parents with chronic medical condition, Child Indicators Research 6(2): 345-361.
- Sieh D.S., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Meijer A.M. (2013), Differential outcomes of adolescents with chronically ill and healthy parents, Journal of Child and Family Studies 22: 209-218.
- Sieh D.S., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Meijer A.M. (2013), The relationship between parental depressive symptoms, family type, and adolescent functioning, PLoS ONE 8(11): e80699.
- Sieh D.S., Dikkers A.L.C., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Meijer A.M. (2012), Stress in adolescents with a chronically ill parent: Inspiration from Rolland's family systems-illness model, Espace Politique 24(6): 591-606.
- Sieh D.S., Visser-Meily J.M.A., Oort F.J. & Meijer A.M. (2012), Risk factors for problem behavior in adolescents of parents with a chronic medical condition, European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 21(8): 459-471.
- Sieh D.S., Visser-Meily J.M.A., Oort F.J. & Meijer A.M. (2012), The diurnal salivary cortisol pattern of adolescents from families with single, ill and healthy parents, Journal of Psychosomatic Research 72(4): 288-292.
- Sieh D.S., Meijer A.M., Oort F.J., Visser-Meily J.M.A. & Van der Leij D.A.V. (2010), Problem Behavior in Children of Chronically Ill Parents: A Meta-Analysis, Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 13(4): 384-397.
- Sieh D.S., Meijer A.M. & Visser-Meily J.M.A. (2010), Risk factors for stress in children after parental stroke, Rehabilitation Psychology 55: 391-397.
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