Education and training of clinical psychologists and psychotherapists

  • ICCPP is a non-profit membership organization that advances clinical psychology and psychotherapy as a science, as a vehicle for the advancement of health, education, and human well-being, and is dedicated to the dissemination and application of psychological knowledge, the advancement of research in the human sciences, and the establishment of high standards of ethics , practice, behaviour, education and performance to improve the qualifications and skills of specialists working in these areas.
    Education and training of clinical psychologists and psychotherapists
    Group psychotherapy (e.g.: humanistic psychodrama, therapy based on depth psychology, encounter groups, topic-centered interactions)
    System therapy (family therapy)
    Child and adolescent psychotherapy (humanistic psychodrama, non-directive play therapy)
    Sex counseling and sex therapy
    Relaxation training (autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation, feedback methods)
    Client-centered counseling (talking psychotherapy)
    Body-oriented psychotherapies (bioenergetics, Rolfing, Shiatsu)
    art therapy
    music therapy
    Therapy of post-traumatic disorders (EMDR)
    addiction therapy
    Teaching and research in the fields of clinical psychology and psychotherapy,
    In particular, cooperation with the areas of social work and education is taken into account
    Publications of the results
    Development of quantitative and qualitative psychodiagnostic examination methods and their publication
    Development of teaching and learning material for teaching in psychological and pedagogical subjects
    Establishment of language courses specializing in the clinical-psychological field in preparation for international exchange
    Establishment of a psychotherapeutic outpatient clinic for university students and for the population in the catchment area
    Development of cooperation between municipal and other national and international institutions with the aim of further developing clinical psychology and psychotherapies and providing specialists for psychosocial care worldwide.