Patricia Hunt, President Elect of the European Association for Psychotherapy
The European Association of Psychotherapy aims to make highly professional, high quality Psychotherapy available to those who need it in EU and non-EU countries alike.
The Psychotherapy Act encompasses all the professional actions, i.e autonomous interdisciplinary, relationship-based and evidence-informed psychotherapeutic methods, for the treatment of psychological, psycho-social and psycho-somatic disorders and diffculties.
The IJP is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal; it is published three times a year by the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). For further information please go to the website of the International Journal of Psychotherapy (IJP).
The European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP) is an European wide standard for psychotherapy education and training. It ensures equal standards of education and training across Europe. The ECP is awarded by EAP on application to psychotherapists who’s psychotherapy education conforms to the ECP standard.
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