Goal is to provide the citizens with relevant information to make career choices when the time comes

OPP launches “I want to be a Psychologist” website


This week the Ordem dos Psicólogos launched the “I want to be a Psychologist” website, a place to analise the accurate and current numbers regarding Psychology in Portugal. According to Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the OPP, “this is a civic contribuition from the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses so that citizens can have access to every relevant information when the time comes to choose a career”.

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President interviewed on Economic Channel

“There is no economic recovery without a good mental health”


Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses, was interviewed on the Economico TV's show, “Human Capital”, and adressed the issues of career options for psychologists and the role and importance they have in society.

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OPP comments news on TVI

Psychological Support to workers in precarious situations


José Lucas, member of the Ordem dos Psicólogos's Board, talked on TV about the need and importance of providing psychological support to workers that have precarious situations and an uncertain future.

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President launches blog

The President's Reflections


A place to share ideas and reflections and give a more personal perspective of all the work done by the Ordem, and that is yet unknown.

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Latin America, Caribe, Spain and Portugal's Scientific Journals Network

Redalyc available for OPP's members


Under the scope of the Presidency of the Iberoamerican Federation of Psychology Associations, and continuing to make research and training tools available to it's members, OPP promotes access to Redalyc – Latin America, Caribe, Spain and Portugal's Scientific Journals Network. This structure wants to help divulge the scientific activity that happens in the Iberoamerican space.

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Samuel Antunes talks about the role of psychology

Stress in the workplace


Samuel Antunes, Ordem dos Psicólogos's Vice-President, talked on national television, about the consequences of stress in the workplace, outlining that there are psychologists trained to intervene in this situations.

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