Research pages of EWAOs

Here are links to the research pages of the various European Wide Organisations that represent various different modalities of psychotherapy

European Association of Body Psychotherapy (EABP) ‘Research’:
http://www.eabp.org/research.php

European Association of Biosynthesis:
(no research page)

European Association of Gestalt Therapy (EAGT): ‘Research’:
http://www.eagt.org/joomla/index.php/component/search/?searchword=research

European Association for Hypno Psychotherapy (EAHP):
http://www.hypno-psychotherapy.com

European Association for Integrative Psychotherapy (EAIP):
http://www.euroaip.eu/about-eaip/research-and-publications/

European Association for Concentrative Movement Therapy: (EAKBT)
https://www.dakbt.de/forschung/studien-der-forschungsgruppe

European Association for Neurolinguistic Programming (EANLPt):
http://eanlpt.org/Research

European Association for Psycho-Organic Analysis (EAPOA):
(no research page)

European Association for Reality Therapy (EART):
http://www.realitytherapy-europe.org/index.php/research

European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA):
http://www.eatanews.org/eata-2/comittees/research-activities/research-articles/

European Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies (ECPP):
(no research page)

European Federation of Bioenergetic-Analysis Psychotherapy (EFB-AP):
http://www.bioenergeticanalysis.net/whatisbaeng.html

European Federation of Centres for Positive Psychotherapy (EFCPP):
http://www.positum.org/52-0-Research.html

European Federation for Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy (EFPP):
(no research page)

European Family Therapy Association (EFTA):
http://www.europeanfamilytherapy.eu/efta-community-news/

Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organisation (FEPTO):
http://www.fepto.com/organization/scientific-validation-of-psychodrama-therapy

Network of European Associations for Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling (PCE Europe):
https://pce-literature.org/en and type in “research”

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