The Romanian Online Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (ACPOR) has launched a project to support the continuous training of young mental health professionals. The project aligns with ACPOR’s mission to increase the quality of mental health services available to the community.
As part of the project, in March 2020 ACPOR is offering two training courses in psychotherapy for depression and anxiety using online methods, CPR accredited courses (18 and 24 credits). With the support of Betfair Romania Development, 50 young professionals from all over the country will benefit from a 50% discount on the courses.
Students pursuing a master’s degree in clinical psychology, psychological counseling or psychotherapy from all over the country, or graduates who have obtained a master’s degree in these fields in the last three years (2017, 2018, 2019) are eligible to receive a 50% coverage of the course fees.
Information about the courses (organization, benefits, registration) can be found here:
Course TREATING DEPRESSION IN THE 21st CENTURY (18 credits)
Course TREATING ANXIETY IN THE 21st CENTURY (24 credits)
ACPOR courses are delivered by professional trainers, practitioners with experience in psychotherapy and e-mental health research:
- Dr. Mircea Miclea – psychologist, psychotherapist, professor at Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
- Dr. Amalia Ciuca – psychologist, psychotherapist, researcher
- Liviu Crișan – psychologist, psychotherapist, researcher
The project is sponsored by Betfair Romania Development through funding that facilitates the access of young professionals to courses accredited by the Romanian College of Psychologists.
In 2020 ACPOR will launch a public campaign for raising awareness about mental health issues and solutions for those affected and their caregivers. The campaign will run online, on social media, and on the ACPOR website. We thank the support of Betfair Romania Development for their sponsorship and interest in promoting mental health services in Romania.