biosynthesis

eABS
EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF BIOSYNTHESIS

ONE ASSOCIATION

MORE THAN 10 COUNTRIES

Established in 1998

The European Association for Biosynthesis, EABS was founded in 1998 and Biosynthesis became the first method of body psychotherapy to be recognized as an EWAO by the EAP in 1998 and also by the World Council for Psychotherapy WCP (founded in 1996).

The European Association of Biosynthesis (EABS) is affiliated with the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) and the International Foundation for Biosynthesis (IFB).

EABS integrates different schools around Europe, establishing the standards of its teachings and allowing its students to move between the different training schools.

“Through collaboration between schools we manage to improve the quality of therapy and the feeling of belonging to a current that spreads throughout the world.”

- SILVIA SPECHT BOADELLA, PH.D.

Mission

The purpose of the Association is to protect and support the professional and social interests of the Institutes for Biosynthesis in Europe (including Israel) sharing our knowledge with the institutes and the community.

Values

What We Do

purpose of the association

biosynthesis

1

Promote the professional and scientific development of Biosynthesis.

2

Ensure the requirements and standards in Biosynthesis shared by all our Institutes

3

Facilitate communication and exchange of experiences, research, and training programs between biosynthesis therapists of different European countries.

president of eabs

biosynthesis

Lily Anagnostopoulou, ph.D.
Psychologist & Psychotherapist

Director of the Greek Institute for Biosynthesis

EABS

ASSOCIATION STATUTES

you can download our association’s statutes¬†

we have a code of ethics