European Semester of Psychology
Full Members are invited to organise a European Semester of Psychology in their country. They can opt to be organizer or steward or leader of a European Semester (ES) of 6 months.
The European Semester of Psychology is aimed at creating a common space in which European psychologists can interact and communicate so as to foster the sharing and transmission of knowledge and expertise between members and, in turn, to stimulate the ongoing development of a truly European identity among psychologists across Europe.
During the six-month period in which they play host to the European Semester, member countries are expected to organise numerous events and meetings, welcome visiting delegates and colleagues from other associations, and promote materials and information on both current and historical developments within psychology, both at home and abroad
The theme of our European Semester emphasizes the role of our discipline in providing scientific grounding for the interventions aimed at enhancing physical and mental health in all the fields of professional psychology: education, training, social groups and community, work and organizations, forensic and clinical settings.
In the 2nd European Semester, we are glad to share presentations of Italian advances in academic research and professional practice with our European colleagues and to receive their feedback and new inputs.
Some specific activities, open to European associates, have already been planned (others will be presented soon).
More information on the website of the European Semester of Psychology in Italy:
In the year when we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of Serbian Psychological Society (SPS), we have a great pleasure to organize the European Semester of Psychology in the first half of 2023 (January-June 2023).
The European Semester of Psychology, named New Horizons of Psychology as science and practice represents challenges for psychologists in the context of political crises, climate change, (post)pandemic and digital world which requires a new understanding of psychological phenomena as well as the innovative approaches for practice and changes of legislative for practitioners.
More information on the website of the European Semester of Psychology in Serbia:
The Lithuanian Psychological Association (LPA) is the biggest psychologists association in Lithuania, consisting of more than 800 individual members, including psychologists working in state institutions, in private practice or academic field.
We are happy to announce that for now we have four confirmed meetings and conference :
More information regarding meetings and activities during European Semester of Psychology in Lithuania will be available in the EFPA news magazine.