Specialization Course in Psychosocial and Community Assessment and Intervention
Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciencesopen website other courses
Non Degree Course
Ana Paula Pais Rodrigues Fonseca Relvas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
General Objectives of the CourseThis Course aims at providing students with theoretical and practical knowledge about different modes of systemic intervention, with special emphasis on network intervention (secondary, primary and mixed), community family therapy and multi-family therapy. The course also aims training students to use specific instruments for gathering and registering information that allow to an easier systemic reading and its application in different contexts (e.g. community, clinic and school).
Learning Objectives and Intended SkillsAt the end of the course, students are expected to:
a) Understand systemic intervention in different social contexts
b) Graphically organize and register information according to a systemic reading
c) Formulate systemic hypothesis
d) Choose the right approach; master and plan interventions according to models/techniques previously studied
e) Carry out systemic interventions in different application contexts (e.g. community, clinic and school)
Mode of StudyFace-to-face
Holders of a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Service, other areas of Education (Teachers), Social Sciences, Nursing and Medicine.
Candidates should check the admission requirements available on this site, in addition to the information provided here.
Recognition of Prior LearningStudents may be granted credits for previous training with equivalent curricular units
Qualification Requirements and RegulationsRegulation n. º 339/2012, published in Official Gazette no. 152, 2. Grade, August 7th (Regulation of Creation and Operation of non-degree courses at the UC)
Examination Regulations, Assessment and GradingCurricular part approved / disapproved; Endnote 0-20 corresponding to the evaluation of the monography
In order to complete this Course, students must successfully complete all the curricular units that constitute its study plan. Students must also present and discuss a final paper
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