EIATSCYP – Ken Evans

Child Mental Health
Emotional Wellbeing
Child Therapies
Child and Adolescent Psychotherapies


EIATSCYP – Ken Evans is an interdisciplinary association for therapeutic services for children & young people, bringing together different professions with a common goal of working together for the benefit of children and young people.

The EIATSCYP – Ken Evans  was founded in February 2010 and has the following aims:

To promote and extend the practice and development of therapy with Children and Young People across a range of disciplines in Europe and to support ‘best practice’.


Ethics are concerned with values and principles as well as professional conduct in the interests of children, young people, families and communities.

EIATSCYP is committed to quality and standards in professional and ethical conduct

Always find time for the things that make you feel happy to be alive!


The latest news from EIATSCYP – Ken Evans


The EIATSCYP AGM meeting

The EIATSCYP AGM meeting was held in Palace hotel, Zagreb, Croatia, on September, 28th, 2016. The meeting was very successfull and constructive. The dinner after

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EIATSCYP AGM meeting 2017.

EIATSCYP AGM meeting will And The fourth Manchester Institute for Psychotherapy conference 2017 EIATSCYP AGM meeting will be held on Thursday October 12th 2017., from 10

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By becoming an EIATSCYP-Ken Evans organisational member you will be joining the European interdisciplinary community for therapeutic services for children & young people. 

EIATSCYP-Ken Evans promotes uniform standards of education professionals as well as the unique standard of the multidisciplinary treatment of children, adolescents and their families, respecting the child’s best interest.

Upon completion of training your students are eligible for the European Certificate in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Psychotherapeutic Counseling, Therapeutic techniques and skills and Wellbeing Practice for Children and Young People.


EIATSCYP-Ken Evans is bringing together different professions with a common goal of working together for the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.