Master's Program in Clinical Psychology in Europe
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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.
Students who are studying clinical psychology can choose to focus on a particular concentration. Some of the common areas for specialization are clinical neuropsychology, traumatic stress, substance abuse counseling, primary care psychology, child and adolescent psychology, and advanced psychotherapy.
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This program psychologists who are pursuing the Master's Degree in Health General Psychology, as well as other psychologists or physicians who wish to obtain a specialization in humanistic psychotherapy in their work contexts, interested in a deeper understanding of human beings and their addresses being in the world.
In a small scale teaching setting, students at the Research Master’s in Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology will learn about the etiology, the development and course of psychopathology and cutting-edge psychologically informed methods for its prevention and treatment.
The master's degree in Victimology and its Integral Treatment with Victims at Risk of Vulnerability is an official degree of II livello (second level) of the Pegasus University of Italy, which gives access to the doctorate due to its adaptation and reception to the Bologna and Space plan European Higher Education (EHEA). This master's degree is endorsed by the Victimology Foundation.
The courses aims to provide students with the necessary competencies to be able to operate as an autonomous clinical psychologist.
The purpose of the Degree is to prepare a new professional psychologist who is capable of dealing not only with the personal problems of individuals, couples, and families but also with work-related problems, their development in enterprises, institutions, and non-profit organizations.
The curriculum of the Master’s programme Clinical Psychology consists of a series of course periods. In the first half, every course period covers one so-called ‘block’ and one practical training. Every block covers a specific psychological theme.
The Master in Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology provides you with the technical and personal skills that every psychologist needs for the evaluation, diagnosis, recovery and prevention of disorders that affect the mental health of the child and adolescent population from a cognitive-behavioral orientation, with the maximum guarantees of success.
The Master in Clinical Psychology and Health provides a comprehensive and comprehensive training in all aspects that affect clinical practice. Since 1984, ISEP has been teaching this program that combines scientific rigor with professional praxis. The student learns the technical and personal skills needed to develop an effective and responsible professional clinical practice.
The Master in Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology gives you the technical and personal skills that every psychologist needs for the evaluation, diagnosis, recovery and prevention of disorders that affect the mental health of the child and adolescent population from a cognitive behavioral orientation, with the maximum guarantees of success.
The Master in Clinical Neuropsychology broadens the perspectives of evaluation, diagnosis and intervention within the different clinical pathologies that affect the Central Nervous System and alterations and / or deterioration of cognitive and behavioral processes. This Master covers the gap between the knowledge derived from the basic neurosciences (neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, ...), the psychology of cognitive processes (attention, memory, language, gnosis, ...), the psychology of behavior- emotion and the evaluation and intervention techniques that clinicians use in their daily practice.