There are different types of membership available for organisations and individuals.
Training centres that provide a minimum of four years of professional training in psychosynthesis psychotherapy, have a code of ethics and follow the standards of training and principles of EAP in order to obtain the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP).
As an organisational member you can vote in the General Meetings of EFPP (AGM and EGM). Representatives can be elected to the Governing Board and in EFPP Committees and can participate in the Governing Board meetings with observer status
Representatives and members can participate in the various activities of EFPP (Summer Schools, Seminars and Conferences). Members become part of a community for collaboration and exchange with reduced fees for participation.
Organisational members have a page on the EFPP website promoting their centre.
Graduates from organisational members are part of the EFPP European Directory of Practitioners
Graduates from member organisations.
Graduates from other non-EFPP psychosynthesis psychotherapy centres accepted and approved by the governing board, fulfilling the criteria of a complete psychosynthesis psychotherapy training.
Individual members are registered in the EFPP European Directory of Practitioners and can participate and vote in the EFPP General Assembly through their delegate chosen by the Chamber of Individual Members
Individual members can participate in the various activities of EFPP (Summer Schools, Seminars and Conferences), becoming part of a community for collaboration and exchange with reduced fees for participation.
Individual students, professionals or organisations with a professional interest in psychosynthesis (in fields like counselling, coaching, medicine, psychology, education social work)
Psychosynthesis Training centres not meeting the criteria for full membership (counselling, teaching centres etc).
Professional associations where their members fulfil the EFPP criteria for full membership.
Organisations whose purpose is related to psychosynthesis, active in areas such as humanitarian work, social work and educational.
Associate members can attend General Meetings as observers, and can attend the various activities of EFPP (Summer Schools, Seminars and Conferences), becoming part of a community for collaboration and exchange with reduced fees for participation.
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The Organisational Member applies submitting a copy of their statutes, inner regulations and leaflets.
The Associate Organisational Member applies filling an application form describing the criteria requested.
The Individual Practitioner applies submitting an application form describing the criteria requested and a C.V.
An Admission Committee of the Governing Board assesses and approves the application of new members. The admission of members is granted by the Governing Board with the approval of at least three members (Art.1c and 1d of Inner Regulations).