Master's Degree in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Children and Adolescents


Submission of applications:
Start: January 8, 2018
End: December 15, 2018

Duration:
1 year (Full-time study)


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Credits: 60 ECTS
Places available: 30, Spanish

Those students who wish to work as psychology professionals within the health and clinical fields must obtain an Official Master's Degree in General Health Psychology (MPGS) or obtain the specialization through the Psychologist Specialising in Clinical Psychology qualification (PIR), in accordance with the regulation of the profession of General Health Psychologist (Seventh additional provision of the General Act on Public Health). Both options offer comprehensive and extensive training in general matters of the work of a clinical or health psychologist. However, there are many students who wish to obtain a more specific and deeper training in the field of the therapeutic intervention with children and adolescents.

This master's degree has a professional focus, from the real demands for psychologists specialising in this health area and therefore it prepares students to work in the field of childhood and youth mental health from an updated and quality perspective.

The aim of the Master's Degree in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy with Children and Adolescents is to meet the specialization demand within this intervention field, combining the academic quality with a focus on practical learning, which is evidenced by the methodology of the lectures and the quality of the seminars.

All teachers on this master's are working professionals; experts in the area of the courses they teach and have extensive teaching experience.


Who is it intended for?

This program is aimed at psychologists working towards the Official Master's Degree in General Health Psychology, as well as other psychologists who wish to obtain specialization in cognitive-behavioral therapy with children and adolescents in their work contexts, interested in acquiring the specific skills to be able to perform their work rigorously while addressing the problems of child and adolescent mental health.

Attendance mode:

The completion of the entire program is a full-time commitment for which the attendance of classes and internships is combined with the student's individual work based on the professor's guidance.

Admission process and requirements:

Students must be holders of a Degree in Psychology or Medicine (which must have included at least 90 credits of medical content) as well as having a good record.

Following the submission of application form along with the required documentation, the candidate will be invited to a personal interview in which the suitability of their profile will be assessed with respect to the requirements for successfully completing the Master's program.

Application period

From January 8 to December 15, 2018.

Information on documentation to be submitted

Price:

The price of the Master's course is €7,700

10% discount for Comillas Pontifical University Alumni.

Duration

One academic year: January to December 2019

Credits:

60 ECTS (200 hours of internship).

Timetable:

Face-to-face classes:

Classes will be taught on two afternoons per week.

Internships will take place in the morning and/or afternoon.

Classes begin:

Face-to-face classes begin in January 2018.

Location:

Classes are taught:

At the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Cantoblanco)

At the Psychosocial Intervention Unit (UNINPSI)
C/ Mateo Inurria, 37
Subway: Duque de Pastrana (L-9)
Busses: Líneas 70, 107, 129, 174

No. Of places available:

Maximum of 30 places available.

Information point:

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
c/ Universidad Comillas, 3
28049 Madrid
Tel.: +34917343950 (ext. 2604)

Teaching methods and objectives

Training activities will include: expository lessons; classroom group work; case studies; simulations and role playing; video viewing and analysis; reading and critical review of scientific literature; individual practical or theoretical work; theoretical or practical group work; tutoring sessions; literature search and review; participation in assessment programs and individual or group intervention; work on specific issues related to cases in which there have been interventions; personal study and work; monitoring of performance with patients; design and carrying out of theoretical and empirical research; psychological report writing; planning and reviewing individual intervention programs in groups or communities.

The assessment systems used include: attendance and participation in class; assessment of classroom training activities; critical analysis of readings; oral case presentations; presentations of theoretical or practical work; examinations; theoretical and practical work on specific course themes; evaluation of readings; evaluation of assessment and intervention skills; psychological report writing and presentation and discussion of clinical cases.

 

OPTIONAL COURSES

credits

SPECIFIC TO THE PRIVATE DEGREE

credits

Current Tools for Cognitive Behavioral Assessment and Diagnosis

4

Therapeutic skills in cognitive behavioral intervention with children and adolescents

3

Cognitive-behavioral diagnosis and intervention in attention problems

3

Psychological expertise in children and adolescents

2

Diagnosis and intervention in developmental disorders

4

Cognitive-behavioral intervention in addictions

3

Intervención cognitivo-conductual en adicciones

3

Diagnosis and intervention in anxiety and depression problems

3

Cognitive-behavioral intervention in eating problems

2

Intervention in attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity

3

Internship

10

School performance and learning disorders

3

   

Diagnosis and intervention in personality disorders

3

   

Internship

10

Director

ISABEL ESPINAR FELLMANN

Doctor of Psychology. Specialist in cognitive behavioral therapy I.A.M.CO (Research, Analysis and Behavior Modification). Clinical psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of psychological problems in adults. She has worked as a cognitive-behavioral therapist at the Center for Psychology I.A.M.CO (1998-2010) and Psychosocial Intervention Unit at Comillas Pontifical University (2000-2005).

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