Relational-Systemic PsychotherapyMaster's degree

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    Relational/Systemic Psychotherapy

    About the Master’s degree

    Mental health care calls for a response that takes the individual’s relational context into account as a sine qua non condition to understand their behaviour.

    Among the different contexts, the family is the most relevant in the promotion, prevention and recovery of health, with a fundamental role in the well-being and integration of its members.

    Relational-systemic psychotherapy is a discipline from the mental health field which aims to diagnose and address mental and emotional disorders from the systemic and relational perspectives.

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    Student profile

    Aimed primarily at graduates and professionals in the field of psychology and psychiatry.

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    Practical orientation

    18/24 ECTS for internships at two different centres: At Deusto Psych, under group or individual clinical supervision, and at the Lagungo Family Therapy and Guidance Centre.

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    Learning from experience

    Students will benefit from the extensive teaching and research experience of the Faculty of Health Sciences, as well as from an R+D+i Unit in Psychology and Health.

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    PURSUE TWO DEGREE COURSES AT THE SAME TIME

    It is possible to take the Master’s Degree simultaneously with the Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology and obtain two degrees in two years.

    • Campus:

      Bilbao Campus

    • Programme name:

      Relational-Systemic Psychotherapy

    • Duration/credits:

      2 academic years - 60 ECTS

    • Language

      Spanish

    • Number of places

      25

    • Programme type

      On campus

    • Application process:

      Admission process open

    • Faculty:

      Health Sciences
    • Share:

    2022-2023 academic year

    Admission process

    The application period for postgraduate studies will be from 15 March to 31 May

    Find out about the steps to follow to process your application through the virtual office.

    Who is this programme for?

    This programme is for you if...

    You have a degree in Psychology

    The master’s degree is aimed primarily at graduates and professionals in the field of psychology and psychiatry.

    Exceptionally, it may be offered to students or professionals from other health sciences fields (nursing, medicine, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, etc.) or from social sciences (social education, social work, etc.).

    In this case, relevant previous professional experience or postgraduate training involving knowledge of the following areas must be accredited: psychological assessment, personality psychology and psychological or psychotherapeutic intervention.

    No additional courses will be offered.

    The programme is aimed at people interested in acquiring the necessary competences for the practice of individual and family psychotherapy, from a systemic and dynamic-relational perspective. 

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    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.

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    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

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    Competences

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    Academic regulations

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    SUGGESTIONS AND COMPLAINTS

    To improve our services and activities

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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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