THE ROMANIAN ASSOCIATION OF INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY
"THE PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE 21st CENTURY"
BUCHAREST, 28-29 OF MAY 2011
THE ROMANIAN ASSOCIATION OF INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY
Through
THE PSYCHOLIGISTS' COLLEGE of ROMANIA
Associate Member of
EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION of INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY ENGLAND
TRAINING ORGANIZER IN INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY
The first Association of Integrative Psychotherapy recorded in Romania and the European affiliate,
Having , since 2007, branches in the following cities: Bucharest ,Pitesti, Craiova, Valcea, Satu Mare, Constanta, Brasov
Our Mission

As a professional Association for training and specialization in the field of psychotherapy, by the training frame specific to this profession, we propose to understand the human being using comprehensive ideas that have the ability to cross the existing disciplines and whose combination results in a richer understanding and more nuanced view of the Self, of what defines and characterizes Human in the RELATIONAL context with himself and the others.

Our Vision

Having as guidance the humanist approach, we want to build professional answers to complex problems that occur in the life of each individual, taking into account the uniqueness and specificity of the human being, through an integrative approach in which the mind, body and spirit find both the resources and completion.

ARPI values

We promote in Romania the principles of integrative psychotherapy. We make therapists trained to use the new integrative perspective in their therapeutic work.
We implement holistic approach to therapeutic treatment.
We promote a high standard of ethics and clinical practice.
We support scientific research by providing a framework open to all those who wish to apply integrative principles in this area.
We integrate the spiritual dimension on the road of perfection for every human being who seeks this achievement.
We contribute to the progress of society by joining the interdisciplinary trend that marks the age of communication in which we find ourselves.

The integrative approach offers a new, broad vision, placed on psychotherapeutic treatment. Starting from a systemic vision of the human being, from the concept of body-mind-spirit, the integrative approach allows a common understanding of the complexity of human beings in all its manifestations functionality, allowing the patient assessment and treatment on each of its levels, keeping the vision of the whole, respecting individual uniqueness in the universal context.