EuroPsy is a European standard of education and professional training in psychology set by EFPA, the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations.
Any psychologist who meets this standard can obtain a Certificate and be included in the Register of European Psychologists.
EuroPsy guarantees a level of education, professional competence, and ethical conduct to clients and employers.
Give psychologists an opportunity to obtain continuing and specialized education throughout Europe.
The EuroPsy is now available in 24 countries of EFPA’s 37 member associations.
Click here to find out if you can obtain the EuroPsy in your country
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The EuroPsy Register can be consulted by any person or organisation seeking the services of a qualified psychologist
Questions about EuroPsy?
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EuroPsy (or European Certificate in Psychology) is a European standard of education, professional training and competence in psychology set by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA)
The Basic EuroPsy Certificate presents a benchmark for independent practice as a psychologist that can be issued to a psychologist who has demonstrated that they have met these standards.
The EuroPsy Specialist Certificate in Psychotherapy, or a EuroPsy Specialist Certificate in Work and Organisational Psychology can be issued to a psychologist with more advanced education, training, and experience in these specialist areas of psychology.
There is a Register of EuroPsy psychologists with national listings of certificate holders that can be consulted by any person or organisation seeking the services of a qualified psychologist.
Through the EuroPsy, EFPA encourages and promotes psychologists to obtain continuing and specialized education throughout Europe.
EuroPsy is not a license to practice in a particular country, but a European qualification that complements national standards.
Countries participating in EuroPsy
All countries represented in EFPA are eligible to participate.
- San Marino
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