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EFPP

The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
The EFPP is a European umbrella organisation that links together national networks of adult, child & adolescent, group and couple & family psychoanalytic psychotherapists and some psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic organisations that share the EFPP objectives and are involved in public sector services.

Link to EFPP Organisation

The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP) was inaugurated in 1991 at the time when the European Union was developing further the freedom of movement of individuals between member countries. It was initiated by the UK and was founded by the British psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Brian Martindale in collaboration with colleagues from the UK and other countries in Europe. The overall aim of the EFPP has from the start been to contribute significantly to the wellbeing of mental health among people living in Europe and to facilitate communication between psychoanalytic psychotherapists in different parts of Europe. The EFPP is concerned with extending the availability of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and its applications in member countries, and is especially concerned with psychoanalytic psychotherapy within mental and psychological health and related public services.

Membership

Membership in the EFPP is open to all European countries. Exceptionally a country situated outside the European borders may be accepted if its application for membership has been accepted by the Executive Committee and is ratified by a 2/3 majority of the voting delegates at a General Meeting.

Berlin

Conferences

⚫ EFPP tiedote jäsenistölle - ICCAP 2019 Berlin
Dear colleagues,

We would like to inform you that the 9th International Conference for Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy (ICCAP-2019) will take place from June 20-23 at the International Psychoanalytic University (IPU), Berlin (Germany).

The IPU is proud to host this conference of international renowned scientists who use to meet at places worldwide. One of the conference goals is to promote conversational analysis, but also to combine it with every day problems of psychotherapeutic practice. The organisers ask for panel contributions from psychotherapists who may also announce a whole panel (containing 4 speakers chosen by the person who announces). Announcements and signing ins of panels are accepted until mid of March (please see the attached flyer).

Please contribute to this conference and show to which extent psychotherapy in all its variations means art of conversation. On Sunday morning (June 23, 2019) Peter Fonagy, psychoanalyst and theorist of mentalisation, and Ivan Leudar, conversation analyst, will give a controversial foretaste during a discussion moderated by Jörg Bergmann (former director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies). You may look forward to that!

Prof. Dr. Michael B. Buchholz

Look at our website:
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Countries/Members

The EFPP represents some 13,000 psychoanalytic psychotherapists and has national member networks in 27 countries: Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, The United Kingdom, Ukraine.

Associates
The following countries have so far been accepted for associate member status: Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Latvia.

Observers
Sections in Armenia, Bulgaria, Iceland, and Slovakia have observer status.

National websites
are so far provided by Belgium (vvpt and ffbpp) , Denmark, Finland, Germany, Lebanon, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and Turkey . Several other national websites are in preparation.


More information from the EFPP website.
Link to EFPP Organisation

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☆ EFPP Suomessa

The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - Suomen kansallinen verkosto ry - Finlands nationella nätverk rf on psykoanalyyttistä psykoterapiakoulutusta antavien yhteisöjen ja niiden kouluttamien psykoterapeuttien yhdistys. Sen tarkoituksena on edistää ja kehittää psykoanalyyttistä psykoterapiaa Suomessa.

EFPP Suomen kansallinen verkosto on 1991 perustetun The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP) eli Euroopan Psykoanalyyttisen Psykoterapian Federaation jäsen. EFPP on Euroopan Unionin ja sen naapurimaiden alueella toimivien kansallisten psykoanalyyttisen psykoterapian verkostojen katto-organisaatio.

EFPP:n 30 jäsenmaata ovat Alankomaat, Belgia, Espanja, Iso-Britannia, Irlanti, Israel, Italia, Kreikka, Kroatia, Kypros, Liettua, Luxemburg, Norja, Portugali, Puola, Ranska, Romania, Ruotsi, Saksa, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Suomi, Sveitsi, Tanska, Tsekin tasavalta, Ukraina, Venäjä, Viro ja Turkki. Liitännäisjäsenmaita (associates) ovat Armenia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Latvia ja Bulgaria. Moldovan jaoksilla on federaatiossa tarkkailijajäsenyys (observer).

EFPP:llä on verkostoja 30 jäsenmaassa ja edustaa yli 13 000 psykoanalyyttisesti suuntautunutta psykoterapeuttia.

EFPP pyrkii edistämään aikuisten, lasten ja nuorten, parien ja perheiden sekä ryhmien psykoanalyyttisen psykoterapian ja sen sovellutuksien saatavuutta ja kehittämistä erityisesti julkisen sektorin mielenterveyspalveluna. Lasten ja nuorten sekä aikuisten psykoterapiakoulutuksille, ryhmäpsykoterapiakoulutuksille sekä pari- ja perhepsykoterapiakoulutuksille on määritetty yleiseurooppalaiset koulutusstandardit.
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☆ EFPP i Finland

The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - Suomen kansallinen verkosto ry - Finlands nationella nätverk rf är ett nationellt nätverk för organisationer och av dem skolade psykoterapeutermedlemmar med psykoanalytisk psykoterapeutisk inriktning. Dess målsättning är att främja och utveckla psykoanalytisk psykoterapi i Finland. EFPP i Finland är en nationell medlem i The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP), Federationen för Europas Psykoanalyutiska Psykoterapi (EFPP), en organisation som grundades 1991. EFPP verkar som en takorganisation for nationella nätverk inom psykoanalytisk psykoterapi inom länder hörande till EU samt i närstående länder.

EFPP har 30 medlemsländer: Nederländerna, Belgien, Spanien, Irland, Israel, Italien, Grekland, Kroatien, Cypern, Lettland, Luxemburg, Norge, Portugal, Polen, Frankrike, Rumänien, Sverige, Tyskland, Serbien, Slovakien, Slovenien, Finland, Schweiz, Danmark, Tjeckien, Ukraina, Ryssland, Estland, Storbritannien och Turkiet. Följande länder har status som associerade: Armenien, Georgien, Latvien, Kazakstan, och Bulgarien. Sektioner i Moldova har observatörsstatus.

EFPP har medlemmar och nätverk i 30 länder och representerar över 13 000 psykoanalytiskt orienterade psykoterapeuter.

EFPP eftersträvar att främja tillgängligheten och utvecklingen av psykoanalytisk psykoterapi samt dess applikationer främst inom den offentliga sektorn för mentalvårdstränster. Alleuropeiska skolningsstandarder har definierats for skolningen inom individualpsykoterapi med vuxna, psykoterapi med barn och ungdomar, psykoanalytisk gruppsykoterapi samt psykoanalytisk par- och familjeterapi.
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☆ EFPP in Finland

The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - Suomen kansallinen verkosto ry - Finlands nationella nätverk rf is the Finnish national network of organisations and of these educated psychotherapists within psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Its objectives are to support and develop psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Finland. EFPP in Finland is a national member within the The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP) established in 1991. The EFPP is a European umbrella organisation within psychoanalytic psychotherapy in countries within the EU as well as in related countries.

The EFPP represents some 13,000 psychoanalytic psychotherapists and has national member networks in 30 countries: Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The United Kingdom, Ukraine and Turkey. The following countries have been accepted for associate member status: Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Latvia. Sections in Moldavia have observer status.

EFPP strives to support the availability and development of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and their applications above all within the public mental health sector. European training standards for psychoanalytic psychotherapists have been set up within the segments of adult, child and adolescent, group and couple and family psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
» The EFPP organisation


EFPP Yhteystiedot

tiedotus@efpp-finland.org


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