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EuroPsy is a European Certification System for psychologists, established by the European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA).
EuroPsy provides a uniform standard of professional competence and ethical conduct, accepted by the national psychologists associations for 36 countries (including all EU countries) that are members of EFPA.

EuroPsy was introduced in 2010 and is available in a growing number of countries, including Bulgaria.
Psychologists who the EuroPsy requirements regarding education and professional training and who subscribe to a common ethical standards, can apply for a EuroPsy Certificate with a national Awarding Committee in their country. Holders of a EuroPsy Certificate are entered in the EuroPsy Register.

Purpose of EuroPsy
Setting a common standard of competence, EuroPsy aims to:
Promote public knowledge about psychology and the availability of psychological services of guaranteed quality in Europe.
Facilitate the mobility of psychologists, students, and clients in Europe.
Promote the on-going development of the education of psychologists and the psychological profession in Europe.
EuroPsy helps clients to find a psychologist that is qualified and can be trusted being competent in a certain field of practice. EuroPsy does not provide a license to practice in a particular country but it complements national standards. Being a uniform benchmark that applies all around Europe, EuroPsy supports the recognition of professional qualifications of psychologists crossing borders in Europe.

EuroPsy Register
The EuroPsy Register contains the names and contact information of all psychologists with a valid EuroPsy certificate. The Register can be consulted via Internet. It can be used to search for psychologists in the main areas of practice and in certain specializations – currently Psychotherapy and Work & Organizational Psychology.

Issuing of EuroPsy
EuroPsy is issued by National Awarding Committees with a mandate of the European Awarding Committee that was installed by EFPA. The basis for the EuroPsy certification is provided by the Regulations of EuroPsy, which are established by the General Assembly of EFPA with 2/3 majority.

EuroPsy for psychologists
Psychologists can find information about requirements, application, validity and renewal here.

EuroPsy for clients
Clients can find information about psychologists by consulting the EuroPsy Register.