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Couple & Family Section

Application Form

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Section:
Address of Association:
Name of contact person:
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Questionnaire for all sections

(Please tick as appropriate)
1. Are you applying for:

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?

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.

3. Associate membership

Has your association not yet reached the training standards of the EFPP?

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.

PCFP section questionnaire according to the byelaws

Please answer all questions
1. Is your training undertaken by an organisation with training as one of its specific purposes? Do you have a register of members and trainees, which defines those who are entitled to practice as qualified psychoanalytic couple and family psychotherapists?
2. Does your training organisation have a training committee that evaluates the suitability of applicants and checks their prior academic qualifications?
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?

3. The EFPP PCFP section recognises the following minimal criteria for qualification.

Please fill in below - yes/no - and supply additional information if necessary.
The qualification as psychoanalytic couple and family psychotherapist may be obtained as additional to the qualification for individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults or children/adolescents and to the qualification in psychoanalytic group psychotherapy. The students entering the programme should have graduated in psychoanalytic psychotherapy according to the regulations of the EFPP for adult section, Child and Adolescent Section or Group Section.
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Duration of Training - A minimum of two years training course
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Personal Psychotherapeutic experience - According to the regulations of the EFPP for adult section, Child and Adolescent Section or Group Section.
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Training requirements

The trainee sees at least one family and one couple for at least 2 years with a minimum of 40 hours
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Supervision sessions

There should be not less than 90 hours in total. Each trainee should have at least two different supervisors during the training period.
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All cases that contribute to qualification must be supervised
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An infant observation experience and observation supervision seminar is recommended.
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Theoretical Requirements

The theory seminars should include child and adolescent development as well as child, adolescent and adult psychopathology in the interdependent and intersubjective perspective of the parents, the couple, the family and the family life cycle, for not less than 100 hours in total.
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Final qualification should include a written clinical paper based on a supervised case

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Thank you for filling in your details.

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Your application will be read by the two PCFP section representatives of the EFPP Board and if no further details are required, will be taken to the EFPP Board for formal acceptance.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.
Section:
Address of Association:
Name of contact person:
Address of contact person:

Questionnaire for all sections

(Please tick as appropriate)
1. Are you applying for:

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?

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.

3. Associate membership

Has your association not yet reached the training standards of the EFPP?

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.

PCFP section questionnaire according to the byelaws

Please answer all questions
1. Is your training undertaken by an organisation with training as one of its specific purposes? Do you have a register of members and trainees, which defines those who are entitled to practice as qualified psychoanalytic couple and family psychotherapists?
2. Does your training organisation have a training committee that evaluates the suitability of applicants and checks their prior academic qualifications?
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?

3. The EFPP PCFP section recognises the following minimal criteria for qualification.

Please fill in below – yes/no – and supply additional information if necessary.
The qualification as psychoanalytic couple and family psychotherapist may be obtained as additional to the qualification for individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults or children/adolescents and to the qualification in psychoanalytic group psychotherapy. The students entering the programme should have graduated in psychoanalytic psychotherapy according to the regulations of the EFPP for adult section, Child and Adolescent Section or Group Section.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Duration of Training – A minimum of two years training course
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Personal Psychotherapeutic experience – According to the regulations of the EFPP for adult section, Child and Adolescent Section or Group Section.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Training requirements

The trainee sees at least one family and one couple for at least 2 years with a minimum of 40 hours
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Supervision sessions

There should be not less than 90 hours in total. Each trainee should have at least two different supervisors during the training period.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
All cases that contribute to qualification must be supervised
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
An infant observation experience and observation supervision seminar is recommended.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Theoretical Requirements

The theory seminars should include child and adolescent development as well as child, adolescent and adult psychopathology in the interdependent and intersubjective perspective of the parents, the couple, the family and the family life cycle, for not less than 100 hours in total.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Final qualification should include a written clinical paper based on a supervised case

Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Thank you for filling in your details.

Click or drag files to this area to upload.You can upload up to 10 files.

Your application will be read by the two PCFP section representatives of the EFPP Board and if no further details are required, will be taken to the EFPP Board for formal acceptance.

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