This study was conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki. RC gave participants a full explanation of the research project, its objectives, the voluntary nature of participation, the possibility of halting participation at any time without any consequences, the confidentiality of their answers and the way of anonymously handling data 15 days prior to the interview so they could consider their participation.

RC also explained that they should read the information and consent form before agreeing to participate, and that they could be helped if needed. Researchers scheduled the interview appointment at a time and place that was convenient to the participant.

At the beginning of each interview, participants were asked to consent to being audio recorded and to the publication of anonymized responses. Interviews started after the interviewees gave verbal oral consent. Confidentiality was assured by conducting interviews alone with the participants, and not providing any information that participants shared with the other interviewees, professionals or foster family members. All interviews were conducted in a sensitive and non-judgmental way. The study was approved by the Ethics Institutional Review Board of the French Institute of medical research (INSERM) which registered with the flowing identification: IRB00003888, IORG0003254, FWA00005831 and the National Commission on data protection (CNIL).

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