EFPSA Member Representative (MR)
Master in Clinical Psychology, University of Lausanne
Birthday: 11th of September 1992
As MR my role is to be the link between the European Federation of Psychology Student Associations (EFPSA) , psyCH and psychology students in Switzerland, promoting the events and opportunities EFPSA provides. Some of these opportunities are the network creation with other students and professionals at European level, exchange and internship opportunities, international scale scientific events as well as the Journal of European Psychology Students.
Head of trainer's school
Master in Psychology, University of Zurich
Birthday : 29th of May 1989
Trainers' school is a five/six days seminar in which 12 psychology students from all over Switzerland get the chance to learn how to become a trainer. As a head of organization (together with my co-organisator Kantarena) I was responsible to promote the trainers' school and get applicants, to find a house and rent it, to set a date, to calculate the budget and after trainers' school to calculate the actual spendings of the week, to find a kitchen team and in the end to be there for participants and trainers during the week and cook. I did this mandate now for the 2nd time and am very happy to contribute with it to such a great organization like psyCH!
Vice-President & Sponsoring Responsible
Master in clinical psychology, Applied University of Zürich (ZHAW)
Birthday : 9th of January 1987
As a vice-president I support the president in general affairs. Further on my role as a sponsoring responsible, is to collect money for psyCH in order to invest in our projects (like psyKo...). But my goal is also to connect with the sponsors via phone, email or even face to face sometimes to promote psyCH and make us well known in Switzerland.
Master in Psychology, University of Lausanne
Birthday : 16th of June 1993
I’m the vice-MR for Switzerland at EFPSA, the European Federation of Psychology Students. Our main goal is to promote Switzerland at the European scale. We promote Efpsa and all that it has to offer to various Swiss universities at special events such as Efpsa day. One of the Vice-MR’s main tasks is also to help and support the main MR in her various tasks.
PhD Student in Clinical Psychology and Intervention Science, University of Basel
Birthday: 28th of October
As the training responsible, I take care of sending out calls for trainings and organize the psyCH trainers that deliver those trainings. I was also involved in the psyCH trainers' school a lot.
Bachelor in Psychology, University of Fribourg/Freiburg
Birthday : 17th of September 1994
My role as a sponsoring responsible, is to collect money for psyCH in order to invest in our projects (like psyKo...). But my goal is also to connect with the sponsors via phone, email or even face to face sometimes to promote psyCH and make us well known in Switzerland.
Master's degree in Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Fribourg/Freiburg
Birthday : 14th of October 1994
As the webmaster, I take care of the official website and the psyPra page, in collaboration with Zeilenwerk. I'm also in charge of the psyPra mail address and I answer the French e-mails of the info mail address.
Master in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Basel
Birthday : 6th of October 1993
The president supports all psyCH projects. This includes leading psyCH into its future. As president it is important to work well in a group as well as having fun within that responsible position. Also you will get the chance to gain new knowledge about leading procedures in a national organisation (e.g. FSP, SBAP.). Furthermore the president is in contact with all the projects managers and work in a team of motivated people.