European Family Therapy Association
The European Family Therapy Association (EFTA) was established in 1990 and is an international association dedicated to scientific purposes. It is an independent and strictly nonprofit-making association. At present (2016), EFTA has members from 32 European nations (plus so called “foreign members” from Canada, Brazil, Chile, Israel, Senegal, and the USA).
EFTA-CIM: The Chamber of Individual Members (CIM) gathers a wide range of professionals (social workers, nurses, medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, occupational therapists, and other health professionals) who have finished a minimum of 4 years of training in family therapy/systemic approach and are working with families, couples, and larger systems.
EFTA-NFTO: The Chamber of National Family Therapy Organizations (NFTO) unites national associations/federations representing family therapists and/or promoting the systemic approach and family...
- Borcsa, M. & Stratton, P. (Eds.) (2016). Origins and Originality in Family Therapy and Systemic Practice. EFTA Book Series Volume 1. Springer International.Google Scholar
- Tilden, T. & Wampold, B.E. (Eds.) (2017). Routine Outcome Monitoring in Couple and Family Therapy. The Empirically Informed Therapist. EFTA Book Series Volume 2. Springer International.Google Scholar