Official Master's Degree in General Health and Master in Psychology in Systemic Family TherapyUniversidad Pontificia Comillas
- Madrid (Spanien)
Häufig gestellte Fragen
· Welche Ziele werden in diesem Kurs verfolgt?
This Master's program aims to provide applied, advanced and specialized training to enable professionals to intervene in the field of health psychology, while also covering research and development of critical and reflective thinking.
· An wen richtet sich dieser Kurs?
The Master's is intended for holders of a Bachelor's or Licentiate Degree in Psychology wishing to acquire the skills required to carry out assessments, diagnoses and interventions in the field of health psychology, also wishing to do so from a varied theoretical perspective that takes into account different, empirically verified approaches.
Candidates must hold a Bachelor's or Licentiate Degree in Psychology (having been awarded at least 90 credits of health subjects), have a solid academic record and a high level of English. Following
· Welche Schritte folgen nach der Informationsanfrage?
First admission period for the Master's Degree in General Health Psychology: March 17 - May 30. Second admission period for the Master's Degree in General Health Psychology: June 1 - September 5.
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Understanding psychopathology and health
Systemic Family Therapy
Research design and evaluation in health psychology
Research on specific approaches relating to health psychology
Child and adolescent psychopathology
Common factors of the therapeutic process
Therapeutic process: Specific aspects of different approaches
Integrated programs of intervention in cases of severe mental disorders
Clinical psycho-dynamic psychotherapy with children and adolescents
Stress and health
Psychology in the healthcare context: prevention and promotion of community healthcare
Psycho-dynamic intervention in health psychology
Cognitive behavioral intervention in mood-relating disorders
Cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders
Introduction to therapy focused on emotion
Gestalt therapy in adult intervention
Psychological intervention in chronic health problems
Systemic family intervention in child and adolescent issues
Systemic family intervention techniques
Group intervention techniques in health psychology
Role Playing techniques in psychotherapy
Constructivist, narrative and new-generation psychotherapy
Supervised Internship I
Supervised Internship II
Supervised Internship III
Final Master's Project or Dissertation
Experiential humanistic model of the human being
Understanding psychopathology and health from the humanistic model
Empathic tuning and the intention to give an experiential response
Gestalt group therapy
Skills to develop and maintain a therapeutic alliance
Intervention in sexual and relationship problems
The life cycle and family transitions
Culture, gender and family
Brief systemic intervention
Cognitive behavioral intervention with children
Current tools of cognitive behavioral assessment and diagnosis
Diagnosis and cognitive behavioral intervention on attention problems
Cognitive behavioral approach to infant-adolescent behavioral problems
Cognitive-behavioral intervention in cases of addiction
Cognitive behavioral intervention in eating disorders