International symposium of crisis and disaster psychologists in Prague
October 20th 2017
Related to project EUNAD IP – you can also find short movie “Working with Victims with Special Communication Needs”


How to cope with traumatic news – an illustrated guide
ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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Psychosocial responses to refugees and asylum seekers (Ministry of The Interior of The Czech Republic)
Culture, Context and the Mental Health and Psychosocial Wellbeing of Syrians (SC EFPA)
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants on the Move in Europe

    for psychologists who help managing crisis situations with migrants
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Annual Report 2013-2015 SC Crisis and Disaster Psychology Read more

Meeting of  The working group for the psychology of crisis, disasters and trauma
September 16th 2014
Vision and Mission of the working group: Read more

EFPA’s Executive Council has issued the following statement.

Your association is asked to give due publicity to this statement and to initiate any action that may contribute to the peaceful resolution of the conflict and to alleviate the burden on those affected by it. The European Federation of psychologists Associations (EFPA) herewith:

1.  Expresses its concern about the unfolding events in Ukraine.
2.  Calls upon its member associations to support their colleague psychologists from Ukraine and other countries affected by the current conflict. 3.  Advises psychologists to abstain from involvement in propaganda and psychological warfare related to the conflict.
4.  Asks attention for the mental health impacts of the developments on the people in Ukraine and other countries in the region.
5.  Points at the dangers of nationalism in further approaches to the conflict, and emphasizes the importance of putting shared values and interests above those that divide.
6.  Encourages psychologists with expertise in conflict resolution and in war and peace to contribute to de-escalation and peace promotion.
7.  Calls upon all parties to continue efforts to defuse the conflict by negotiations.

On behalf of the Executive Council
Prof. dr. Robert A. Roe
President of EFPA