- European Symposium on Ethics in Psychology: Dealing with Complaints Against Psychologists Across Europe Paris 2018

Symposium at Paris-Nanterre University  

May 4, 2018, 9:00 – 13:00

Participants: members of the EFPA BoE and French colleagues interested in ethical matters.

 

Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe

The aim of the symposium is to compare

  • The procedures (if any) established in various countries for dealing with complaints.
  • The argumentation applied to a concrete case.

The first part of the symposium consists in brief outlines of the modalities by which complaints are dealt with: who are the judges, how are they chosen, how is the case treated, how can psychologists defend themselves, what type of outcome for a case? Is there a possibility to appeal? Could the system be improved and how? 

The second part of the symposium: a lively discussion between participants ensued, and the symposium ended around a delicious cold buffet offered by the University.

 

 

















Programme: 

  • Anne Andronikof: Opening of the Symposium
  • Miguel Ricou: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Portugal
  • Bohumila Baštecká: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Czech Republic
  • Vicent Bermejo: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Spain
  • Nina Dalen: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Norway
  • Kristina Taylor: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Sweden
  • Vita Poštuvan: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of Slovenia
  • Henk Geertsema: Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of The Netherlands
  • French colleagues:  Dealing with complaints against psychologists across Europe - case of The France
  • Closing of the event