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Psychology Day 2019 - European Parliament

"European Psychologists as a Resource to Face European Society Major Challenges"

08.February.2019

Initiative "European Psychologists as a resource to face society Major Challenges" organized by the Portuguese Psychologists Association in the European Parliament, with the intervention of the European Commissioner for Health and with the participation of Directors General, MEPs and Presidents of several associations of Psychology. Click on "Read More" to see videos of these moments.

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IPsyNet Statement and Commitment

27.June.2018

IPsyNet representatives of member organizations from around the world introduced the IPsyNet Statement and Commitment at the International Congress of Applied Psychology in Montreal, Canada. The document represents a growing global consensus of professional authority grounded in psychological science concerning sexual and gender minority people.

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A psychologist can help

World Cancer Day

04.February.2015

Hearing with the Secretary for Education

The Ordem demands psychologists in the CPCT teams

15.February.2013

After several OPP requests for a meeting, since October 2012, it was granted for February 7th, with the Secretary for Education, João Grancho.

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COPVC honors President of OPP

Telmo Mourinho Baptista honored

15.February.2013

Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the Ordem dos Psicólogos and President of the Iberoamerican Federation of Psychology Associations (IFPA) will be honored by the Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de la Comunidad Valenciana (COPCV) for his work on behalf of psychology in Portugal.

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President of OPP talks about the use of antidepressants in Portugal

“Psychology is an alternative or a complement response to the medication intervention”

31.January.2013

Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses, adressed in the last few days the rising consumption of antidepressants in Portugal and accentuated psychology as an alternative that, unfortunately, is not yet being used and made available to citizens as it should be.

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