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- EACLIPT x UMH Conference 2024March 21, 2024 | 8:00 AMAmsterdam, Netherlands
- Refugees in Europe and the World: Perspectives from Clinical PsychologyOctober 19, 2023 | 5:00 PM
- EACLIPT Conference 2024 | Submission deadline extended!
Join us for our upcoming EACLIPT x UMH Conference on March 21st – 22nd, 2024, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and contribute by presenting your own research: Ticket registration and Call for Abstracts are open now! The deadline for submitting abstracts has been extended to December 08th, 2023. We are looking forward to your contributions! Learn more about the conference and how to participate:
- Call for Special Interest Groups: Diving deep into current challenges.
EACLIPT is a member-run organization - and we would like to increase the participation of our members on central processes of our mission-driven activities, such as developing policy suggestions, writing reports, and campaigning for important issues in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatments across Europe, even more. That's why it is now possible to create Special Interest Groups (SIGs) within EACLIPT. SIGs are intended to provide a platform for like-minded professionals to exchange ideas, discuss possible solutions, and move into action on current challenges and specific issues in our field. Members of SIGs will be able to use EACLIPTs vast European network and submit reports to the Board, which will also be published on the EACLIPT website. "The challenges we are facing today are complex and diverse. We invite all EACLIPT members to contribute to the topics and issues that are closest to their heart!" Prof. Dr. Chantal Martin-Sölch, President of EACLIPT If you would like to start a Special Interest Group on a topic that is close to your heart and is in line with EACLIPTs mission, we cordially invite you to submit an application to establish a SIG anytime. The EACLIPT Board will review and consider all application. Interested members who would like to join an existing SIG can do so through the new EACLIPT member portal, where space for discussion, sharing of media, meeting links, and working documents is provided. Interested in starting a SIG? Please send an email with the required information or your questions to email@example.com - we are looking forward to receiving your submissions! The EACLIPT Board p.s.: If you haven't paid your EACLIPT Membership Contribution 2023 yet, you can now sign up for convenient automatic invoicing. Just go to https://www.eaclipt.org/signup/ and login with your existing EACLIPT account. If you have not set a password for your account yet, receive a reset link by clicking "Forgot password". After registering once, your Membership Contribution will be automatically invoiced once a year.
- Reaching out to Refugees: Lessons for Trauma Treatment and Psychotherapy Delivery
Responding to therapeutic needs of refugees: In this webinar, Professor Frank Neuner, Professor of Clinical Psychology from Bielefeld University, Germany, will talk about the challenges therapists face when treating persons who have experienced war and exile, and the lessons we can learn from this for trauma treatment and psychotherapy delivery. Many refugees from war areas flee to Europe. Due to traumatic events they experience in their home countries and on perilous journeys, and finally due to adverse conditions in exile, a large proportion of refugees present with posttraumatic stress disorder and depression. However, the current theories and treatments of trauma-related disorders are not designed to respond to refugees’ presentations. Moreover, the current way the treatment is provided is not well suited to meet the needs of refugees. Experiences of refugees from war-torn countries help to challenge some core assumptions and prompt us to adapt the current thinking about psychopathology, therapy, and treatment delivery. The lecture is followed by a discussion hosted by Agnieszka Popiel, M.D., Ph.D. / Associate Professor, co-founder and co-head of SWPS University’s Clinic of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. We focus on the following issue: If evidence-based practice (EBP) is defined as the integration of the best available research with clinical expertise in the context of patient characteristics, culture, and preferences (according to the American Psychological Association) - delivering treatment to refugees presents a challenge for a (quite idealistic) equilibrium of EBP. People who have suffered so much deserve the best available treatment. Our discussion focuses on questions that are emerging when clinicians equipped with evidence-based treatments face people fleeing wars. Date of Recording: October 19, 2023, 18:00–19:00 CEST (UTC+2), online On Stage: Keynote Speaker: Frank Neuner, Prof. Dr. Panelist: Agnieszka Popiel, Ph.D. / Associate Professor Host: Marta Jackowska, Ph.D. / Assistant Professor
- CORE TOPICS | EACLIPT
Our missions. We identified three strategic directions towards our mission to foster Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy in Europe. EUROPEAN POLICY → Learn more about what topics EACLIPT is working on. 👥 Building direct links to MEPs Reporting to the EU Parliament 🇪🇺 Campaigning for better policy 📣 RESEARCH SUPPORT → Watch lectures, keynotes, and plenaries for free! COMMUNITY → Become a member today and enjoy many benefits. 👩🔬 Official Academic Journal Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) 🗞️ Insights on research environment Annual international research conferences 🍐 🔐 Exclusive members area and talent community Educational material and CE Points 🎓 Twitter & LinkedIn 🦤 European Policy 🇪🇺 We are the voice of more than 800 Clinical Psychology professionals across Europe - that’s the power we leverage to campaign for better policies at an European level. Reported multiple times to the European Parliament Lobbied for an EU-level Mental Health Strategy Built direct links with Members of the European Parliament We also help you to make change at a local and national level, by providing letter templates and advice on influencing change Download the GAMIAN call for a European Year for Mental Health. 📄 Research Support 🔬 Evidence-based Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy is at the heart of EACLIPT. That’s why we developed multiple programs to support insight generation and dissemination. The journal Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) is EACLIPT's Official Academic Journal. CPE offers Gold Open Access and is indexed in PubMed, Scopus (CiteScore 2022: 3.2) PsycInfo, and many more. CPE aims to foster clinical psychological research in Europe. We regularly conduct member surveys to gather and share insights, such as during the COVID-19 pandemic (link to article here) We host a regular the EACLIPT Webinar Series , highlighting the latest research for our members We organise annual conferences - will you join us? Check our affiliate journal Clinical Psychology in Europe Here are the results of our Covid-19 survey . 📊 Community 🥳 Improving clinical practice through supporting those who treat - by disseminating insights, providing educational material, and connecting practicioners. Connect a wide range of practitioners across Europe to share best practice More than 20h of educational material EACLIPT Talent Community for Master and PhD students in Clinical Psychology Connect with colleagues across Europe at our regular conferences and events Watch 20h+ of educational material in our Media area . Connect with psychologists across Europe through EACLIPT . 🎓 🤝
- MEMBERSHIP | EACLIPT
EACLIPT Membership Become part of the mission and enjoy many benefits: Participate in our open policy working groups, or host an EACLIPT event locally. Enjoy more than 20h of educational material on demand, wherever you are. Receive continued-education credit points for your webinar or conference participation Good karma and our eternal gratitude: EACLIPT is a fully member-funded organisation, thank you for keeping it going! Membership is currently restricted to researchers in the area of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment. As a non-researching Practitioner, Master/PhD student, or Psychotherapist in Training, you can become an Associate Member and receive access to all membership benefits through our EACLIPT Practitioner Chapter and the EACLIPT Talent Community program. Sign-up now → Would you like to start a new EACLIPT Special Interest Group? EACLIPT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are transnational communities of experts who wish to work together on driving EACLIPTs mission forward in a specific subfield. Connect to like-minded experts through the EACLIPT Community Make use of EACLIPTs institutional and personal network throughout Europe Get involved in European policy and EACLIPTs activities on a European level Learn more → Special Interest Groups Connect with experts from your field through our EACLIPT SIGs. Child & Adolescent Mental Health -coming soon Private · 2 members Join Sustainability in Clinical Psychology -coming soon Private · 1 member Join Young Members Community -coming soon Private · 1 member Join Connect all around Europe! Find EACLIPT members that share your interests.
- IMPRESSUM | EACLIPT