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Picture of a conference room at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Amsterdam, part of the University of Amsterdam. The picture illustrates the upcoming EACLIPT x UMH Conference 2023 on March 21-22, 2024, which will take place in Amsterdam and have the title "International Conference on Urban Mental Health", hosted by EACLIPT and the Centre for Urban Mental Health in Amsterdam.

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More than 800 clinicians and researchers from all across Europe take part in EACLIPT.


More than 140 articles published in our affiliate journal Clinical Psychology in Europe. 


More than 20 hours of exclusive conversations, keynotes and discussions at EACLIPT TV.

Illustrations of highlighted illustrations from the EACLIPT-associated academic Jorunal Clinical Psychology in Europe.

Maria Kleinstäuber, Andreas Schröder, Sarah Daehler, Karen Johanne Pallesen, Charlotte U. Rask, Mathias Sanyer, Omer Van den Bergh, Marie Weinreich Petersen, Judith G. M. Rosmalen

Research Spotlight

Aetiological Understanding of Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Classificatory Analogues: A Systematic Umbrella Review


  • We included 452 reviews (132 systematic reviews including meta-analyses, 133 systematic reviews, 197 narrative reviews), of which 132 (29%) focused on two or more of the investigated health conditions simultaneously. 

  • Across diagnoses, biological factors were addressed in 90% (k = 405), psychological in 33% (k = 150), social in 12% (k = 54), and healthcare factors in 5% (k = 23) of the reviews. 


  • High-quality systematic reviews suggest that deficient conditioned pain modulation, genetic factors, changes in the immune, endocrinological, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and nervous system, and psychosocial factors such as sexual abuse and pain catastrophizing increase the risk for FSS.

Illustrations of highlighted illustrations from the EACLIPT-associated academic Jorunal Clinical Psychology in Europe.

Mari Hysing, Keith J. Petrie, Allison G. Harvey, Kari-Jussie Lønning, Børge Sivertsen

Research Spotlight

Loneliness Across the COVID-19 Pandemic: Risk Factors in Norwegian Young People


  • There is evidence of increasing levels of loneliness in Norwegian young people before the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not clear how the COVID-19 pandemic, and the associated necessary restrictions, impacted on these trends.

  • This study analyzed data from three waves of a Norwegian national higher education student survey on the development of loneliness over time and associated risk factors.


  • Loneliness increased among university students from 2018 to 2021 and decreased from 2021 to 2022, but was still higher in 2022 than pre-pandemic levels.

  • Loneliness was higher in areas with higher restriction levels in 2021.

  • Spending time on campus was associated with lower levels of loneliness.

  • Online learning was related to higher levels of loneliness.

Illustrations of highlighted illustrations from the EACLIPT-associated academic Jorunal Clinical Psychology in Europe.

Julia Asbrand, Tanja Michael, Hanna Christiansen, Gerhard Reese

Research Spotlight

Growing (Up) in Times of Multiple Crises – A Call for Mental Health (Research) Action


  • European children and adolescents face an array of challenges, including the Ukraine war, COVID-19's mental health consequences, economic decline, societal divisions, biodiversity loss, and climate change.

  • These crises have tangible implications for youth mental health, though public healthcare has failed to keep up with the developments.


  • Clinical psychologists must shift their approach to address systemic factors, moving beyond individual interventions to consider societal influences on mental health.

  • A multilevel model of societal change is recommended, emphasizing collective efforts to address these multifaceted crises and focus on prevention.

Research Spotlights

Research Spotlights from our journal Clinical Psychology in Europe, highlighting articles from recent issues. Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) is the official open-access academic journal of EACLIPT. Learn more →

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