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Dječija i adolescentna integrativna psihoterapija

Dječije i adolescentno psihoterapijsko savjetovanje

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Psihoterapijsko savjetovanje u Centrima za mentalno zdravlje

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Novo! Integrativna psihoterapija

Centar za zaštitu djece

Dječiji i adolescentni psihoterapeuti

Dječiji neuro-psihijatri


Spec. kliničke psihologije



Socijalni radnik



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Article 1


In accordance with Art. 6 and 28 of the Statute of Bosnian-Herzegovinian children’s and adolescent psychotherapy the Associations establish the Centers of Activities within the branch office Emerika Vlum 9, in Sarajevo, in accordance with the Statute of BHIDAPA and its goals and activities.

Article 2

The names of the Centers within the work of BHIDAPA are:

  1. European accredited education center
  2. Interdisciplinary Therapeutic Child, Youth and Family Protection Center   

            2.1. Center for forensic activity

            2.2. Center for Crisis Intervention

  1. Scientific Research Center

In terms of their activities, the Centers will perform at the headquarters of the Branch Office in Sarajevo at ul. Emerika Bluma br. 9

Article 3

The objectives and activities of the Centers to be carried out are:

– Promoting, developing, improving education in the field of psychotherapy and psychotherapy counseling for children and youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the aim of preserving and improving the mental health and well-being of each child / adolescent, as well as improvements the quality of life of families, children and young people;

– Encouragement to promote the education of professionals in the field of child and adolescent integrative psychotherapy and psychotherapy counseling, techniques and skills in working with children by the way lectures, workshops and trainings in accordance with European standards;

– Work on establishment of counseling centers, supervision conducted by authorized supervisors and educators regulated by EIATSCYP (European Interdisciplinary Association for Therapeutic

Services for Children & amp; Young People); EAP (European Association for Psychotherapy);

– Improving the implementation of educational activities in the field of development of psychotherapy, and related profession, and the promotion of a high degree of professional and scientific work through research, in a way foreseen by the Law;

– Developing interdisciplinary cooperation with domestic or foreign related Associations, Institutions and individuals, in projects dealing with children and adolescents, in accordance with Law;

Promoting the development of uniform standards in order to protect the rights of children and adolescents improving the conditions for proper mental development, in line with the European and world standards;

Encourage participation in certain forms of education and cooperation of all the professions they work with children and adolescents in accordance with  Law;

– Education and information with the purpose of conducting preventive activities aimed at strengthening a determinant of health, early recognition of emotional disorders and disorders in behavior, neurodevelopmental disorders and adequate interventions, which includes families, a especially young families, about the meaning and role of parents in developing a child and the importance of development safe attachments, kindergarten teachers, teachers, teachers, pupils and parents in schools through lectures, workshops and publications;

– Encourage the establishment of an organization and the implementation of measures to protect traumatized, abused and abused neglected children, in order to establish and implement multidisciplinary diagnostics and team planning the best possible treatment for each child and parents in conjunction with related institutions in the best interest of the child and his / her welfare (school, kindergarten, CZSR, police, homes, children’s villages, etc.), in the manner envisaged by the Law;

– Advocating for the best possible treatment with psychotraumatized children and their parents (including abused and neglected children), with children who are risky for abuse and neglect (children with learning disabilities, with ADHD syndrome, with chronic diseases, prematurely born children, children from the family with a broken heartdynamics and risky families, children whose parents are under intensive parental or general stress, high-profile divorce, etc.), and children and young people in contact with Law;

– Improvement in the organization of continuous improvement in the application of new methods of work with psychotraumatized children and young people, and their families, and advocacy for coordinated cooperation with other mental health professionals, related associations, institutions, and individuals, with the goal of sharing experiences and creating common programs and approaches, in the country and abroad;

– Work on encouraging professional and scientific work and research of Association members through continuous education, supervision, personal development, and participation in professional and scientific gatherings at home and abroad;

– Encourage the continuous and systematic supervision of professionals working with children, young people and families, and the development of regular contacts with related institutions, which communicate with child (hospital, kindergarten, school, social welfare center, police, court, children’s home).

– Organizing professional seminars, lectures, experiential workshops, conferences, congresses, purpose of achieving the goals and activities of the Association in accordance with the Law;

– Advocating for the implementation of a high degree of education in the field of forensic activity and evaluations;

– Informing the professional medical public through cooperation and cooperation with the media;

– Publishing of scientific journals, manuals, textbooks, brochures, promotional material, with the aim the promotion of children’s rights, and the sensitization of the society, and in particular the importance of seriousness the problem of child abuse, the ability to identify and provide appropriate assistance, and support, and raising public awareness of the importance of preserving and improving mental health and the quality of life of children, adolescents and families, in order to achieve goals and activities Associations in the manner provided by the  Law;

– Encourage the provision of conditions for opening a Polyclinic for the protection of children, young people and the family.

Article 4

All centers work within the Association and branches as organizational units according to the plan and work program, and in accordance with positive legal regulations.