Education

There are two working groups that deal with education in the EFPA; the Board of Educational Affairs and the Standing Committee on Psychology in Education 

The Standing Committee on Psychology in Education's website is the Network of European Psychologists in the Educational System (NEPES) and this website has some  useful prevention information and let our Board know about the following useful materials. 

In Germany there is a useful databank and guidelines on prevention programmes - but not especially for psychologists http://www.gruene-liste-praevention.de/nano.cms/datenbank/leitlinien

There is a very useful directory for mental health promotion for children, which lists European projects in this area according to specific quality criteria http://ec.europa.eu/health/ph_projects/1998/promotion/fp_promotion_1997_frep_b4_en.pdf

This portal is very useful European network for mental health promotion: http://www.mentalhealthpromotion.net/, where you can find e.g. evidence based guidelines for mental health promotion for older people

http://www.mentalhealthpromotion.net/resources/hpe-guidelines-2.pdf  or guidelines for work health promotion http://www.enwhp.org/enwhp-initiatives/9th-initiative-ph-work/european-guide-to-good-practice-guidelines.html

Or team guidelines for the promotion of wellbeing in schools http://www.mentalhealthpromotion.net/resources/gatehouse-project.pdf