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THE 7th GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2003 IN DIJON, FRANCE


July 2 - 4, 2004

including the 1st Annual Symposium of the European Network on July 3, 2004

AGENDA
  1. Opening and welcoming of the participants

  2. Minutes of our last GA in Egmond, July 2003

  3. Agenda of the present meeting

  4. Report  by the Board

  5. Financial Report 2003 and budget for 2004 and 2005

  6. The future of the Network

  7. Report on EAP and EAC

  8. Election of the new Board

  9. Next General Assembly and Symposium

  10. Report by the  members

  11. Any other business

 

Summary of the Meeting (click for complete Minutes)

List of members and delegates present at the meeting:

  1. ACP Formations, France, Sandra Pedevilla

  2. AFP-ACP, France, Elisabeth Kremer, Berenice Dartevelle, Hubert de Castelbajac, Willi Roes, Madeleine Ermatinger Bodenhauser

  3. AFPC, Belgium, Jean-Marc Priels

  4. AFTCP, Switzerland, not present

  5. APG-Forum, Austria, not present

  6. APG-IPS, Austria, Peter F. Schmid

  7. APPCPC, Portugal, not present

  8. ARCEP, France, not present

  9. BAPCA, Great Britain, Andrea Uphoff

  10. EM’PEHEL, France, Monique Pindard-Langlat

  11. GPF, Luxemburg, Alfred Groff, Paul Prussen, Gerard Louis

  12. GWG, Germany, Paulus Wacker, Gisela Borgmann

  13. HAPCA, Greece, Maria-Louisa Andriakopoulos

  14. HAPCPMHC, Hungary , Magda Draskóczy

  15. IFRDP, Elisabeth Kremer

  16. International Pre-Therapy Network, not present

  17. OeGWG, Austria, Elisabeth Zinschitz

  18. PCA, Czechia, not present

  19. PCAIF, France, Brigitte Darras, Patrick Kaufmann

  20. PCT, Scotland, not present

  21. SGGT, Switzerland, Alphonse Salamin

  22. TCPCA, Greece, not present

  23. VCgP, The Netherlands, Roelf J. Takens

  24. VVCgP, Belgium, Geert Derre

 New members and applicants:

  1. Psychoconsulta, Slovakia, not present
  2. ACP France, France, Denis Tourrenc

1.      Opening and welcoming of the participants

Roelf-Jan Takens, the president of the board, opened the meeting, greeted the delegates and reported then names of those who could not attend the GA. The participants shortly introduced themselves.

 2.      Minutes of our last GA in Egmond, July 2003

 The Minutes were approved.

 3.      Agenda of the present meeting

 The Agenda was approved without changing its items, but restructured because some participants had to leave the meeting earlier.

 4.      Report by the Board

 ·        Monique Pindard-Langlat has presented the missing ethical principles, therefore EM’PEHEL is now member in NEAPCEPC

·        Psychoconsulta, a person-centred training institute in Slovakia applied for membership. It has been approved by the Board.

·        ACP France wanted to join, even paid the membership fee, but has not yet presented the necessary documents, therefore we could not decide on the application. Denis Tourrenc will send the application before the next GA.

 Two associations reported that they want to leave the network:
+ PCA Austria (PCA quits its membership, because all members of PCA are also members of either ÖGwG or APG/IPS - therefore it makes no sense to continue the double membership)
+ and SGFK (Switzerland)

 5.      Financial Report 2003 and budget for 2004 and 2005

 Detailed information on the financial situation was not available because of some miscommunication between the administration in SGGT and the treasurer. Mary-Lou Andriakopoulos will soon send the financial report and the budget to all members by e-mail.

 6.      The future of the network

 Peter Schmid presented Roelf Takens’ proposal to restructure the network as a European chapter of the World Association for Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling (WAPCEPC).

7.      Report on EAP and EAC

 Paulus Wacker described the new developments within EAP and EAC and distributed several documents. There are nearly 3000 holders of the European certificate for psychotherapy by now. The next step will be the accreditation of training institutes in different associations and countries. Counselling as a qualified profession in Europe and the definition of psychotherapy is an important topic now.

 8.      Election of the new Board

 The mandate of the old Board has expired. Paulus Wacker and Peter Schmid could not be re-elected according to the statutes and Berenice Dartevelle did not accept new candidacy because of her other obligations.

The new Board is : 

  • Roelf Takens – president

  • Magda Draskóczy – secretary, WAPCEPC

  • Mary-Lou Andriakopoulos – treasurer

  • Gisela Borgmann – contacts with EAC, EAP

  • Willi Roes – web-site

9.      Next General Assembly and Symposium

 It had been accepted that the next GA would be in Portugal as we agreed at the last year, in spite of the fact that APPCPC had no representative present at the meeting. Patrick Kaufmann contacted Joao Hipolito by phone and he confirmed his eagerness to organise the next meeting in Lisbon 30 September – 1 October 2005.

 10. Report by the Members

 10.  Any other business

 We should support Eastern-European colleagues to promote their participation in the network. We will establish contacts and invite colleagues for PCE 2006 in Berlin.

 It was decided that we discuss the topic of the relationship between psychotherapy and counselling at the next GA, as it seems to be a hot topic in many countries.

The Board discussed this question after the GA and decided that we ask each member association to prepare and distribute the following papers before the next meeting, in order to improve the efficiency of our discussion:

·        a statement on the relationship between psychotherapy and counselling in your country

·        an updated statement on the Association (members, etc.)

·        law on psychotherapy and counselling in your country.

 

3rd July:
The First European Symposium
9: 30  welcome reception
10:15  keynote lecture
11:00  break
11:15:  workshops
12:00  large group
LUNCH free
14:30:  keynote lecture
15:15  break
16:00  workshops
16:45  panel discussion
17:30  closing
 
18- 19:30 NEAPCEPC meeting
 
20:00 Dinner offered by AFP ACP

 

 Complete Minutes

MINUTES of the 7th General Assembly, Dijon, France, July 2-4, 2004.

 

AGENDA

1.      Opening and welcoming of the participants

2.      Minutes of our last GA in Egmond, July 2003

3.      Agenda of the present meeting

4.      Report  by the Board

5.      Financial Report 2003 and budget for 2004 and 2005

6.      The future of the Network

7.      Report on EAP and EAC

8.      Election of the new Board

9.      Next General Assembly and Symposium

10. Report by the  members

11.  Any other business

 

MINUTES

 

List of members and delegates present at the meeting:

 

1.        ACP Formations, France, Sandra Pedevilla

2.        AFP-ACP, France, Elisabeth Kremer, Berenice Dartevelle, Hubert de Castelbajac, Willi Roes, Madeleine Ermatinger Bodenhauser

3.        AFPC, Belgium, Jean-Marc Priels

4.        AFTCP, Switzerland, not present

5.        APG-Forum, Austria, not present

6.        APG-IPS, Austria, Peter F. Schmid

7.        APPCPC, Portugal, not present

8.        ARCEP, France, not present

9.        BAPCA, Great Britain, Andrea Uphoff

10.   EM’PEHEL, France, Monique Pindard-Langlat

11.   GPF, Luxemburg, Alfred Groff, Paul Prussen, Gerard Louis

12.   GWG, Germany, Paulus Wacker, Gisela Borgmann

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