International Journal of Psychotherapy (IJP)

International Journal for Psychotherapy (IJP)

The IJP is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal; published three times a year by the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). For further information and Details of Past, Present & Forthcoming Issues…

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Vol 24, No 1, Spring 2020

EditorialCOURTENAY YOUNG European Association for Psychotherapy: Interim Advice for Conducting Psychotherapy OnlineADRIAN M. RHODES Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing with Body-Oriented Interventions within the Field of Adoption: Translating Neuroscience into a Clinical Case…

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Vol 24, No 2, Summer 2020

EditorialCourtenay Young ‘Can’t Sing, Won’t Sing’: Singing and the Sense of Self across the Life Span ANNE COLGAN  Psychotherapy & Religion: Towards a Phenomenology of Change: Part 1 PAUL J.…

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Vol 23, No 3, Nov 2019

A 'Special Issue' on Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy Editorial Courtenay Young Editorial for this Special Issue Biljana van Rijn & William Cornell Why Transactional Analysis Works: Reasons for a Possible Explanation…

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Vol 23, No 2, July 2019

Editorial: A New 'Look' for the IJP Courtenay Young From repeated impingement to cumulative trauma: A psychodynamic approach to the development of obsessional thinking – in some cases John O'Connor…

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Training

Psychotherapists are required to engage in extensive personal psychotherapy during their training which is up to seven years duration. Psychotherapists usually have a first degree followed by a professional, highly specialised, theoretical and clinical training which includes research methodology and continuous professional development. The EAP promotes the recognition of common standards of training throughout Europe, and will ensure their mobility across member states.

Training