Regulations

29-10-2016

 

The EuroPsy European Certificate in Psychology (henceforth EuroPsy) is intended to provide a standard of academic education and professional training which informs clients, employers and colleagues that a psychologist can be considered to have gained the necessary competences for the provision of psychological services.

EuroPsy aims to set a common standard of competence in all the countries where it is issued. It envisages the free movement of psychologists across the countries of the European Union, and in other countries which have accepted the standard, and aims to support mechanisms to facilitate this.

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 EuroPsy Certificate and be included in the Register of European Psychologists.