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Universidad InterNaciones Master's Degree in Psychological Intervention in Children and Adolescents
Universidad InterNaciones

Master's Degree in Psychological Intervention in Children and Adolescents

Guatemala City, Guatemala

18 Months

Spanish

Full time

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Introduction

With the Master's Degree in Psychological Intervention in Children and Adolescents from UNIPRO - Universidad InterNaciones you will be able to acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge and skills that will allow you to develop your professional work in the field of psychological intervention in children and adolescents.

This Master's Degree will train you to outline and apply psychological intervention plans and prepare reports adapted to the framework of this discipline, taking into account the social and family contexts of minors. Likewise, it will prepare you to analyze the scientific knowledge on psychological intervention in children and adolescents that can lay the foundations for innovative practices.

In order to access this Master's degree, it is necessary to have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology.

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Why study the Master's Degree in Psychological Intervention in Children and Adolescents at UNIPRO - Universidad InterNacionas?

At the end of the Master's degree you will have obtained abilities such as:

  • Detect and analyze the factors dependent on both the therapist (ethical, legal, methodological) and the child or adolescent.
  • Design and apply psychological intervention plans in children and adolescents that take advantage of the resources of Information and Communication Technologies.
  • Understand the psychological characteristics of each stage of child development and know how to analyze the differences that a therapeutic process entails in the field of psychological intervention in patients who are in any of these stages.
  • Adapt and integrate psychological intervention programs in children and adolescents to the social characteristics of each case, critically applying the scientific evidence in this regard.
  • Acquire the ability to assess the effect of a psychological intervention in children and adolescents. As well as modify the objectives of this depending on the possible eventualities during the treatment.
  • Establish appropriate relationships with families or schools and know how to communicate the results and conclusions of an intervention according to the interlocutors involved.
  • Understand the main pathologies and the interrelation of the risk factors that can occur in these two age groups in order to design interventions, care tasks and advice suitable for each specific situation and context.

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