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European Certificate For Psychotherapy

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European Certificate For Psychotherapy is a document awarded by EAP to prove correspondance of psychotherapy practitioner with it’s qualification standard (ISO/IEC 17024 (2012)). Strasbourg Declaration on Psychotherapy (1990) defines the profession of psychotherapist as "An independent scientific discipline". The aim of common European approach elaborated by EAP is to create a comprehensive standard for education and training in the fields of Psychotherapy. To apply for ECP candidate must meet the requirements of pan-European professional post-graduate training standard. It consists a minimum of 2,400 hours, over a minimum of 4 years. Principal directions of professional practice of psychotherapy is described in guidelines and Statement of Ethical principles of the Eap.


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