Social Intervention PsychologyMaster's degree

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      WE BRING YOU CLOSER TO THE PROFESSIONAL REALITY

      Internships

      The Master’s degree in Social Intervention Psychology aims to:

      WE BRING YOU CLOSER TO THE PROFESSIONAL REALITY

      Internships

      You will carry out supervised professional internships (12 ECTS / 300 hours) aimed at:

      • Acquire specific professional competences in the field of psychological intervention in social contexts.
      • Facilitate the integration and application of all the competences acquired throughout the Master’s degree.

      Internship centres

      Benchmarks in the social sector

      Some of the entities where internships are carried out:

      Increased employment generation

      Professional development

      Internships Master’s degree in Social Intervention Psychology

      Increased employment generation

      Professional development

      Psychological work in social processes has become increasingly important to the extent that the Spanish Psychological Association has recognised it as one of the professional profiles with the greatest development in recent years and with the greatest future prospects.

      It is important to note the increasing number of jobs being created in this field in Spain, both in the public sector and in other emerging fields of non-profitsocial action.

      Specialist psychologists with scientific and professional training are required to work with different groups which have very specific psychological needs. Public Administration, associations, NGOs and private firms are making efforts to fulfil these needs.

      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

      Centres

      • Non-profit organisations
      • Town councils
      • Family guidance and counselling centres
      • Prisons and juvenile justice centres
      • Foundations
      • NGOs and NGDOs

      Some centres

      Organisations the researchers have worked with:

      • Drug addicts and/or people with other addictions
      • Minors and adolescents
      • Women
      • Immigrants
      • Unemployed persons