Members of the Polish Psychotherapy Council – Federation of Associations
We have been active for almost 15 years now. Our Council’s goals and principles were defined as early as 2007. Since September 2006 we have conducted over one hundred meetings and animated debates, have undertaken many attempts to find solutions consolidating our professional community.
We are very happy to inform that over the years many representatives of the following societies and associations have participated in the PRP’s activities:
Psychotherapy. Vademecum – first official publication of the Polish Psychotherapy Council – Federation of Associations.
It was developed in response to numerous questions about effects of psychotherapy, the psychotherapeutic profession, educational processes and rules for certifying psychotherapists in Poland. It also contains information about the standards developed and adopted by the Polish Psychotherapy Council and constitutes a compendium of current knowledge for decision-makers concerning the use of psychotherapy in health care systems and other areas, as well as for all interested parties.
Caring for the status and legitimacy of the psychotherapeutic profession. Supporting the growth of psychotherapy in Poland. Developing and consulting draft legislative solutions as regards training and certifying psychotherapists and providing psychotherapeutic care…more
Register of psychotherapists
The list will present information about psychotherapists with qualifications confirmed by the Polish Psychotherapy Council – Federation of Associations member organisations… more
Cooperation since 2006
The aim of the Polish Psychotherapy Council (PRP) is to ensure maintenance of high standards in psychotherapist education and psychotherapeutic practice in Poland. Since 2006 PRP has been actively involved in preparing and evaluating legislative solutions concerning mental health, psychotherapy and the profession of psychotherapist.
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