European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP) is a federation that was founded in 1991, in the field of psychoanalytical psychotherapy in Europe. The foundation operates in thirty different European countries, and consists of representative delegates who give training in their own countries. Its aim is to spread and support, under its predetermined criteria, the development of psychoanalytic psychotherapy within the societies that will be founded in European countries, and to build networks between colleagues through the congresses it holds every two years, in addition to its publications and books. EFPP is operated by an elected board, and the board members are elected by: selected EFPP members from each country’s institutions with full memberships, and two association representatives who attend the biennial congress that ensures communication between EFPP and associations in different countries. An annual membership fee is collected from all member associations.

EFPP includes Adult, Child-Adolescent, Group, and Family and Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy departments, along with people responsible for each department.

EFPP’s official language is English.

Our association is a part of the EFPP Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy section.