European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP)
Association européenne de psychothérapie
Europäischer Verband für Psychotherapie
1991-06-30 Vienna Austria
30 Jun 1991, Vienna (Austria), based on the 'Strasbourg Declaration for Psychotherapy 1990'.
Support professional interests of psychotherapy organizations and psychotherapists; influence development and regulation of psychotherapy standards in Europe; make information and documentation available to political organizations and government departments; promote high standards of education and training; promote collaboration and exchange of ideas among different psychotherapy orientations; encourage contact with related services; support research.
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General Meeting (annual); Executive Committee; Board. Committees (10): National Umbrella Organisations; Membership; European Training Standards; European Wide Organisations; Ethics; Training Accreditation; Advisory; Scientific Research; Statutes; Nominations; Grandparenting Advisory Panel.
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