Country: * Name of network or Association: * Address of Association: * Name of contact person: * Address of contact person: Email: * Questionnaire for all sections 1. Are you applying for: *
(Please tick as appropriate)
2. Full membership: How many members do you have in your national network who have completed a training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy that correspond to the training standards of the EFPP for that section? Number of members: * Do you have at least 6 members in your association who have reached the minimal training standards? Please give their names, the name of the Associations where they received training and their qualification dates. Name * Association * Name * Association * Name * Association * Name * Association * Name * Association * Name * Association * Please give us information about the personal training therapists you use in your training, Are they psychoanalytical psychotherapists and/or IPA psychoanalysts? * Number of members: * 3. Associate membership Has your association not yet reached the training standards of the EFPP? * Number of members in your association fewer than 6 who may have achieved these standards? * Can you tell us in what areas you still have to achieve these standard? * 4. Observer status
Observers are from those countries and sections who are at the first stage of developing
psychoanalytic psychotherapy and who are considering whether they are at a stage to apply for
membership of the EFPP.
Can you tell us something about your country and section and your plans for developing psychotherapy? * Questionnaire which encompasses all the EFPP Child and Adolescent Section bylaws
Please will you verify that your training encompasses all of the following items.
Please do so by filling in boxes saying yes or no and adding additional clarification
regarding the manner in which you conduct your training.
1. Is your training undertaken by an organisation with training as one of its specific purposes? * Additional clarification regarding the manner in which you conduct your training. 2. Do you have a register of members and trainees, which defines those who are entitled to practice as qualified child psychoanalytic psychotherapists? * Additional clarification regarding the manner in which you conduct your training. 3. Does your training organisation have a training committee that evaluates the suitability of applicants and checks their prior academic qualifications? * Additional clarification regarding the manner in which you conduct your training. 4. Does your training committee continuously monitor the trainee’s progress on the basis of verbal, and/or written reports from supervisors and teachers throughout the training? * Additional clarification regarding the manner in which you conduct your training. 5. The EFPP Child & Adolescent section recognises the following minimal criteria for qualification.
Please fill in boxes below, ticking - yes/no. If necessary, supply additional
Duration of Training A minimum of four/five years training course: Do you meet this requirement? * If necessary, supply additional information. Please check the bylaws, since the training can be divided in two levels: * If necessary, supply additional information. A European Certificate Qualification requires the completion of both levels. Whichever method of training is used, care is taken that the total training is in accordance with the full certificate level required. * If necessary, supply additional information. Personal Psychotherapeutic experience During the training programme trainees must undergo psychoanalysis or intensive psychotherapy with an approved training analyst or qualified training psychotherapist for, at least, the whole duration of their training. * If necessary, supply additional information. Clinical training requirements Infant Observation: A minimum of 60 seminars (2 years , each 60 teaching hours). Do you meet this ? * If necessary, supply additional information. Clinical seminars: A minimum of 60, better 120 hours of small group discussion seminars. * If necessary, supply additional information. The trainee sees at least 3 patients ( preferably 6), children and adolescents in psychotherapy not intensive, 1or 2 sessions per week, for at least one year each? * If necessary, supply additional information. The trainees are also expected to work with parents, of a frequency of weekly or fortnightly sessions for at least one year: do you meet this? * If necessary, supply additional information. Every trainee is expected to receive systematic individual clinical supervision for a minimum of 120-160 hours over the full training period. * If necessary, supply additional information. Every trainee is offered minimum 120 hours og group supervision, for his/her not intensive clinical work: does your training program meet this? * If necessary, supply additional information. Supervised Intensive clinical work A minimum of 400, 420 hours of supervised intensive psychoanalytic psychotherapy (3 or minimum 2 sessions per week) with 1 hour /week supervision, one case for at least 2 years, the others for 1 year * If necessary, supply additional information. Does your training program meet this? * If necessary, supply additional information. Each trainee should have at least two different supervisors during the training period. * If necessary, supply additional information. Trainees are assigned personal tutors according to the bylaws: do you meet this point? * If necessary, supply additional information. All cases that contribute to qualification must be supervised and it is recommended that at least one ending phase treatment is included. * If necessary, supply additional information. Theoretical Requirements The training period includes theoretical and technical seminars on Psychoanalytic psychotherapy and its applications and clinical presentations material for not less than 150 seminars, 300 hours of teaching, particularly: 20% psychoanalytic theory, 20% human growth and development, 30% psychopathology, 30% psychoanalytic concepts and technique. Do the above apply to your training program? * If necessary, supply additional information. Final qualification should include a written clinical paper based on one of the 3 supervised intensive cases: CLINICAL EXPERIENCE PRIOR TO QUALIFICATION - The trainee should have experience in different clinical settings and be acquainted with a wide range of clinical situations, mental disorders, social deprivation and be able to conduct assessment, brief work, work with parents, intensive and nonintensive psychotherapy, child and parents consultations and consultations with families of young children and child or adolescent psychotherapy.
ETHICAL CODE - Your training organisation should have an ethical code and complaints procedure.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Your organisation should have a programme for continuing professional development after qualification, and should develop protocols for monitoring this and should monitor CPD yearly or at least every other year.
Thank you for filling in your details. Please could you attach your training curriculum with your application. *
Your application will be read by the two Child & Adolescent section representatives of the EFPP Board and if no further details are required, will be taken to the EFPP Board for formal acceptance