General Health Psychology + Relational/Systemic PsychotherapyMaster's degree

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      General Health Psychology + Relational/Systemic Psychotherapy

      About the Master’s degree

      This Official Joint Degree Programme is of a  qualifying nature and aims, on the one hand, to cover the current legislative need to pursue the Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology in order to be able to practise the profession of psychologist in the health sector and, on the other, to complement this recognition with an added specialisation in relational/systemic psychotherapy.

      The latter addresses mental and emotional disorders by emphasising the various relational contexts in which individuals develop, and highlighting the family contextas the most relevant.

      Therefore, after completing this programme you will be ableto:

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      Work as a psychologist in the health sector

      - Consultations
      - Examination Centres
      - Detoxification Centres
      - Patients’ Associations
      - Etc.

      It is the prerequisite for opening a psychology centre.

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      Work in the field of Relational/Systemic Psychotherapy

      - Family guidance and counselling centres
      - Couple care centres
      - Children’s clinic services
      - Mediation services
      - Etc.

      • Campus:

        Bilbao Campus

      • Programme name:

        General Health Psychology + Relational/Systemic Psychotherapy

      • Duration/credits:

        2 academic years - 132 ECTS

      • Language

        Spanish

      • Number of places

        15

      • Programme type

        On campus

      • Application process:

        Application process closed

      • Faculty:

        Psychology and Education
      • Share:

      Specialised resources

      In your learning, you will have the Deusto Psych Unit available to you. This R&D&I Unit in Psychology and Health is equipped with the latest technology in psychophysiological instruments, virtual reality, assessment and psychodiagnosis, rehabilitation, and has large spaces and facilities.

      Two master's degrees in 2 years

      Programme aim

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      Two master's degrees in 2 years

      Programme aim

      The plan is, on the one hand, of a qualifying nature, based on acquiring the necessary competences for professional practice in the healthcare field, but also provides the necessary knowledge for professional practice in the field of relational/systemic psychotherapy.

      Who is this programme for?

      This programme is for you if...

      You have a degree in Psychology

      You are required to have adegree in Psychology.

      According to order ECD/1070/2013, 90 of the credits of the Psychology degree must be of a health-related natureto be admitted to the Master's degree.

      Having a B2 certificate in English will be an asset (graduates in Psychology from the University of Deusto are exempt from submitting it).

      See all admission criteria

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      Approved academic standards

      A fully accredited degree

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      GRANTS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

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      GRANTS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

      If you are going to study at the University of Deusto, you can benefit from our grant programme. We will give you information about the eligibility criteria and the range of grants promoted by other organisations.

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