Not, as an .indd file. But you can use File > Export to export the pages to .jpeg or .png and open them in Photoshop. Of course, the text will not be editable—it will be images of the pages.
Another option, you can file > export the InDesign file as pdf. Create a Photoshop file and choose File > Place, either embedded or linked. Just as with Barb's suggestion, you won't be able to edit the text in Photoshop. However, as long as you save the Photoshop file as a Photoshop PDF, at least your text will remain vector and won't be rasterized.
1. THere exists a script (Apple Script) which converts an InDesign file to a layered PSD, even with editable text layers.
2. Don't use EPS in modern days.
3. If you want to interchange with Photoshop, export as PDF/X-4 and use that for any other application inside the CS or CC.
4. In CC2017 you could use libraries to exchange assets between InDesign and Photoshop.