Membership in the EFPP is open to all European countries. Exceptionally a country situated outside the European borders may be accepted if its application for membership has been accepted by the Executive Committee and is ratified by a 2/3 majority of the voting delegates at a General Meeting.
EFPP consists of four sections working with psychoanalytic psychotherapy for: Adults, Children and Adolescents, Groups, and Couple and Familiy Psychotherapy (PCFP). The Couple and Family section was established at the delegates biannual meeting in Kortenberg in 2009, and inaugurated with its first conference held in Florence in May of the same year.
Currently 26 countries in Europe are full members of the EFPP. There are additionally 4 countries who are associate members and two are observers. The membership in the EFPP is built on national networks, which means that that there are no individual members. You can only be part of the EFPP if you belong to a national network that is connected to one of the sections. Each country with full membership can have at most two delegates representing each of the four sections.
The EFPP represents some 13,000 psychoanalytic psychotherapists and has national member networks in 26 countries: Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The United Kingdom, Ukraine.