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Talking about the war: Questions and answers about war for parents and caregivers of children and young people

25.March.2022

The Portuguese Psychologists Association provides a document to help parents and caregivers talk to children and young people about the war.

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War affects us all

25.March.2022

Managing emotions and feelings in crisis situations is the new contribution of the Portuguese Psychologists Association to psychological health and wellness literacy. Click "Read More" to access.

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EFPA members meets with urgency on the war on Ukraine.

04.March.2022

The European Federation of Psychologist´ Associations (EFPA), met this Thursday with urgency following a request made by the associations from some countries, including the Portuguese Psychologists Association, which did not agree with the press release issued on the 24th of February.

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PRESS RELEASE

Portuguese Psychologists Association – War on Ukraine

28.February.2022

The Portuguese Psychologists Association stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and disavows any action that jeopardizes democracy, human rights and peace.

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Debate with political parties on the eve of legislative elections in Portugal

20.January.2022

Representatives of eight political parties with parliamentary seats joined the Portuguese Psychologists Association in a debate on the contributions of Psychology and Psychologists to the Future. Moderated by journalist Maria Flor Pedroso, this debate discussed the proposals presented by the Portuguese Psychologists Association for the Legislative Elections.

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25TH NOVEMBER 2021

International Day For The Elimination of Violence Against Women

25.November.2021

Statement on behalf of ECPA (European Community Psychologists Association) and EFPA.

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