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ESTP CERTIFICATION

The process to obtain the EUROTAS Certificate for Transpersonal Psychotherapy (ECTP) is the responsibility of the EUROTAS Committee for Certification and Accreditation (ECCA), which consists of at least 4 professional members who meet 3 times a year.

The EUROTAS criteria are based on EAP requirements to obtain the ECP and on specific modalities of what is defined in transpersonal psychotherapy.

Psychotherapists can become certified by direct award if they have graduated from an accredited EUROTAS Training Institute (EUTI) and accomplished a transpersonal psychotherapy training program, what corresponds with the ECCA/ESTP Criteria for Certification. They can also obtain the EUROTAS Certificate for Transpersonal Psychotherapy (ECTP) by Grandparenting:

 

Grandparenting procedure for ECTP, Download…

General Criteria for certification, Download…

Application form for ECTP for graduates from accredited EUROTAS institutesDownload…

ECTP Application form for Grandparenting, Download…

ESTP Code of EthicsRead more…

Complaints Procedure, Download…

Revalidation of certificate and CPD , Download…

Date of the next ECCA/ESTP meeting – September 25, 2017.

Please send your application by September 10, 2017.

 

 

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