History of EMCAPP


The first meetings took place in the 90s. Here you can trace EMCAPP back through the years.


Click and you can see photos and sometimes you can read a report.


13-14 September 2019 – The EMCAPP Seminar: „Values and spirituality in psychology and psychotherapy” during the European Congress of Christianity and Mental Health Sciences. Barcelona, Spain.


22-24 March 2019 – Conference organized by ACC Finland together with EMCAPP: “The meaning of relationship in Christian anthropology, psychology and psychotherapy and counseling”. Tampere, Finland.


10-13 September 2015 – Symposium XIV: “Christian approaches to person and the meaning for therapy and counselling”. Hailoo, Netherlands.


2-6 October 2014 – Symposium XIII: “Christian psychological models/explanations of psychological disorders”. Rome, Italy.


9-12 September 2013 – Symposium XII: “Specific healing factors in Christian psychotherapy”. Lviv, Ukraine.


3-6 September 2012 – Symposium XI: “Specific subjects of Christian anthropology, psychology and psychotherapy”. Warsaw, Poland.


2-5 May 2011 – Symposium X: “Future of Christian anthropology, psychology and psychotherapy”. Moscow, Russia. 


January 2010 – EMCPA board meeting in Helsinki, Finland. The name of the movement was changed to the European Movement of Christian Anthropology, Psychology and Psychotherapy – EMCAPP.


26-28 June 2009 – Symposium IX: “Does God live in any human being?” Warsaw, Poland.


21-23 May 2008 – Symposium VIII: . “Professional qualifications of Christian psychotherapists or counsellors. Cooperation between God and a man (psychotherapist, counsellor)”. Cracow, Poland.


14-16 February 2007 – Symposium VII: “Aims of Christian psychology” and “Spiritual maturity”. Warsaw, Poland.


28-30 November 2005 – Symposium VI: “A Christian approach to the health of persons”. London.


23-24 October 2004 – Symposium V: “Christian psychology and psychotherapy”. Rome, Italy.


22-24 September 2003 – Symposium IV: “You will know the truth and the truth will set you free”. Warsaw, Poland.


28-30 October 2002 – Symposium III: “What is agape?” Kitzingen, Germany.


1-4 July 1999 – Symposium II: “Grace in the process of psychotherapy”. Plock, Poland.


4-6 December 1996 – EMCPA Symposium I: “Basic anthropological concepts in psychology”. Kitzingen, Germany.