Welcome to the EFPA Psychologists' Support Hub concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19). The Coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak is now a major public health issue across Europe. EFPA, as the European umbrella organisation for psychologists, would like to share with you some guidelines and possible actions for psychologists in its member associations.
The information you find in this Psychologists' Support Hub is the result of teamwork from our colleagues from the EFPA groups Crisis and Disaster Psychology, eHealth, Psychology and Health and the Executive Council.
The Support Hub gives a single point of access to psychology resources for psychologists to use. The resources cover supporting individuals, families across the age span, local and national communities, and support for psychologists in their own professional practice. They are in the main in the language of the country concerned. Links to the World Health Organisation (WHO), European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and country government guidance are also given.
Please note that, while the resources have been supplied by psychologists from within EFPA’s member associations, EFPA itself has not assured the suitability of any particular resource for specific purposes. Users will need to satisfy themselves using their own professional judgement as to fitness for purpose in context.
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