Some selected EuroPsy publications
In the period from 2015 to 2016, within the framework of the Norwegian financial mechanism 2009-2014, and national funds of the Republic of Slovenia, an opportunity has been obtained with the project “Supervised Practice of Psychologists: Development of a Training Programme of Mentors and a Model of the Supervised Practice – SUPER PSIHOLOG” to establish conditions for young psychologists to start their professional careers by participating in supervised practice.
This book is intended for and dedicated to all psychologists, in particular novice psychologists, supervisors, and supervisors-of-supervisors. It clarifies why mentoring and supervision are important, and demonstrates how to implement supervised practice, with the creators of the supervised practice system in Slovenia sharing the experiences acquired during the implementation of the project. The aim of the book is thus to present the development of supervised practice in Slovenia.
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The only comprehensive professional handbook on EuroPsy, the European standard and benchmark for education and training in psychology. This book is mandatory reading for anyone involved with accreditation, education, quality assurance, and assessment of standards in psychology.
EuroPsy has been accepted and adopted as the European standard for education and training in psychology by EFPA.
This book, written by its initiator and leading members of the working groups that set EuroPsy up, is the only comprehensive text available about this European benchmark. It first reviews the development of EuroPsy in the historical context of psychology as science and profession and policies for higher education set by international bodies, and in particular the European Union. This handbook then goes on to address the curricula of university courses and programmes following from the Bologna Agreement, the flexibility allowed to reflect diversity in Europe, licencing and accreditation, and benchmarking, as well as other prerequisites for meeting the EuroPsy standards. These include the use of a competence model to assure professional standards, supervision, continued professional development, supervision, and ethics. Finally, the authors examine the current and future role of EuroPsy in psychology in Europe, including practical examples of how EuroPsy has been applied in practice
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EuroPsy - the European Certificate in Psychology represents an educational framework and minimum standards for the training of psychologists across EU. Within this framework, a year of supervised practice is required for entry into independent practice.
The basic condition for the implementation of supervised practice is to educate mentors of supervised practice.
The authors of the book developed such an educational program in 2010 within the European Social Funds project called 'Establishing a Network of Mentors and Training for the Supervised Practice of Psychologists'. This book presents the project and its results.
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Lunt I. and Poortinga Y. H. (1996) Internationalising psychology: the case of Europe. American Psychologist 51, 5, 504-508
Poortinga Y.H. and Lunt I. (1997) Defining the competence of psychologists with a view to accountability. European Psychologist 2, 4, 293-300
Lunt I. (1999) The professionalization of psychology in Europe. The European Psychologist 4,4, 240-247
Donn J., Routh D., Lunt I. (2000) From Leipzig to Luxembourg (via Boulder and Vail): History of Clinical Psychology Training in Europe and the United States. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 31, 4, 423-428
Lunt I., Bartram D., Georgas J., Jern S., Job R., Lecuyer R., Nieminen P., Newstead S., Odland T., Peiro J.M., Poortinga Y.H., Roe R., Wilpert B. (2001) A European Framework for Psychologists Training.
Peiro J.M. and Lunt I. (2002) The context for a European Framework for Psychologists Training. European Psychologist 7, 3, 169-179
Lunt I. (2002) A common framework for the training of psychologists in Europe. European Psychologist 7, 3, 180-191
Lunt I., Brauner B., Georgas D., Holte A., Jern S., Job R., Lecuyer R., Nieminen P., Peiro J.M., Pleh C., Roe R. (2005) EuroPsy. The European Diploma in Psychology
Lunt I. (2005) The impact of the “Bologna Process” on the development of a European Qualification in Psychology. European Psychologist 10, 2, 86-92
Hall J. and Lunt I. (2005) Global mobility for psychologists: the Role of Psychology organisations in the USA, Canada and Europe. American Psychologist 60, 7, 712-726
Lunt I. (2008) Psychologist qualifications in Europe: Common standard for quality and mobility. Australian Psychologist 43, 4, 222-230
Lunt I. (2008) Professional mobility and quality assurance within the European Union in J. Hall and E. Altmaier (eds) Global Promise. Quality assurance and accountability in professional psychology. New York: Oxford University Press
Lunt I. and Poortinga Y. (2009) Certification of Psychologists in Europe: Implications for teaching psychology. In Sherri McCarthy et al (Ed) Teaching Psychology Around the World. Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Poortinga Y. and Lunt I. (2011) Psychology as a profession and a science: the change from EFPPA to EFPA. European Psychologist 16, 2
Lunt I. (2011) EuroPsy: the development of standards and competence of psychologists. European Psychologist 16, 2
Lunt I. and Peiro J.M. (2012) The Bologna Process, education and assessment in psychology. In Ed. D. Dunn, S.C Baker, C.M Mehrota, R.E. Landrum, M.M McCarthy Assessing teaching and learning in psychology: current and future perspectives. Wadsworth Publishing, Belmont CA.
Lunt I. (2014) Psychology Education and Training : an international framework. In R. Silbereisen, P. Ritchie, J. Panday (eds.) Psychology education and training: a global perspective Psychology Press
Lunt I. & Hall J. E. (2015) Educational Paths around the world. In J.C. Norcross, G.R VandenBos & D.K. Freedheim (eds.) APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology vol. 5. Education and profession. Washington DC: American Psychological Association
Lunt I. (2017) History and emerging trends in education and training for Clinical Psychology in the European Union. In Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. Elsevier.