see also: Psychology in the European Union: on-line workshop toward an european professional platform

DG XV of the E.U. Commission deals with European Union’s internal market and within DGXV the Co-ordinating Group is charged with the supervising the application of Directives 89/48 and 92/51 by member countries.
The Co-ordinating Group of the XV General Direction of the European Commission met on February 16 and 17, 1995. The agenda included the subject of regulating the professions of Psychologist and Psychotherapist in the different member countries.

The delegation of each member country has therefore presented a brief report on the subject that will be summarised and included in the deeds both by the Co-ordinating Group and by the Commission itself. The reports will be supported by the results of a questionnaire that has been distributed to the individual member countries in order to be able to describe the legislative state regarding the profession(s) of Psychologist and/or Psychotherapist in full.

We herewith show the answers given by the E.U. Member Countries:
Austria, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom: