Past Workshops

    Past IFP-sponsored master classes, seminars and workshops

    We offer IFP-sponsored master classes, seminars and workshops internationally, thus promoting the dissemination of evidence-based psychotherapeutic approaches. Trainings will be conducted by internationally recognized experts.

    IFP sponsored workshops will provide an opportunity for psychotherapists to become individual members of IFP in that participants will be offered a substantially reduced registration fee if they are already IFP members, or choose to apply for IFP membership.


    Year Location Theme

    2006, March 15-18

    Zurich Prof. Edna B. Foa, Ph.D., Philadelphia USA; Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy for chronic PTSD.

    2006, Sept. 22-23

    Venice Prof. Giovanni A. Fava, I; Well-Being Therapy (WBT)

    2008, April, 17-18

    Vienna Prof. Berthold P. R. Gersons, NL; Brief Eclectic Trauma-Psychotherapy (PTDS)

    2009, Jan., 17-18

    Zurich Prof. Dr. Nossrat Peseschkian, D; <Positive Psychotherapie als transkultureller und interdisziplinärer Ansatz>

    2009, Mar., 27-28


    Prof DM, FMedSci, FRCPsych Christopher G. Fairburn, GB; <Practice of "enhanced" cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT-E) for Eating disorders>

    2010, Feb., 12-13

    Zurich Prof. Dr. Nossrat Peseschkian, D; Positive Psychotherapie - Gesundheit in der Familie und Partnerschaft im Zeitalter der Globalisierung

    About IFP

    The International Federation for Psychotherapy (IFP) is an organization of national, regional, and school-oriented psychotherapy societies.

    Its goals are to facilitate and promote international communication among the various schools, professional groups and cultures within psychotherapy.

    The IFP organizes international congresses and conferences on psychotherapy.

    The IFP promotes the development of psychotherapy in practice, teaching and research and encourages and supports appropriate standards in the practice of psychotherapy.

    Prof. Driss Moussaoui, M.D, President

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