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EACLIPT Update (May 2021)

We are delighted to share our progress so far with you on EACLIPT and update you on some exciting events.


The European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment (EACLIPT) was founded in 2017 and represents clinical psychology’s academic and scientific interest at a European level. For more information please see www.eaclipt.org or follow us on twitter @eaclipt.


ARGUMENTS FOR THE USE OF E-MENTAL HEALTH

The EACLIPT Board supports /encourages the use of e-mental health in regular helath care in European countries. Kindly see the below statement with regards to our position on e-mental health -

  • In addition to traditional psychological face-to-face treatments, e-mental health interventions are proven effective measures, as a large number of efficacy and effectiveness studies have shown.

  • In some European countries, e.g., the Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain, Denmark, e-mental health interventions are already part of the regular health care services and do not have to be paid individually.

  • For this purpose, carefully elaborated quality standards have been established in various European countries, which regulate the requirements for the evidence-based use of e-mental health (e.g., in Switzerland, Germany).

  • Particularly in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe, e-mental health interventions are an important means of care and prevention of mental health problems in the population.

CONFERENCE BELGIUM OCTOBER 2021 LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE

The EACLIPT Board looks forward to welcoming you at its third conference the 15th and 16th of October 2021 at the University of Louvain-la-neuve. Due to the uncertainty of the situation in the world concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, we are working hard on an online program for this meeting so everyone will be able to join.

COVID-19 EACLIPT CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST SURVEY

EACLIPT conducted a survey about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The first overall conclusions are that was a challenging time of adjustment but that the forced changes in work were surprisingly more positive than expected. We have recently launched another wave of the survey so changes over time can be investigated. The results of all surveys will be published as soon as feasible.

HONORARY TITLE AARON T. BECK

This July, Aaron Beck will celebrate his 100th birthday. In light of this occasion and in celebration of his lifelong and groundbreaking contributions to psychology, EACLIPT wants to honor him with an honorary title that fits his achievements for the field of psychotherapy. Therefore, EACLIPT is proud to name him Diamond Distinguished Pioneer of Psychological Interventions.



 
Arguments for the use of e-mental health in regular health care in European countries

Supported by the EACLIPT (version 07.12.2020)


  • In addition to traditional psychological face-to-face treatments, e-mental health interventions are proven effective measures, as a large number of efficacy and effectiveness studies have shown.

  • In some European countries, e.g., the Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain, Denmark, e-mental health interventions are already part of the regular health care services and do not have to be paid individually.

  • For this purpose, carefully elaborated quality standards have been established in various European countries, which regulate the requirements for the evidence-based use of e-mental health (e.g., in Switzerland, Germany).

  • Particularly in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe, e-mental health interventions are an important means of care and prevention of mental health problems in the population.

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