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Relational-Systemic Psychotherapy

Programme

  • Credits: 60 ECTS (30 ECTS/per year).
  • Type of programme: Taught course (some on-line seminars).
  • Calendar: From September to June (2 academic years).
  • Course venue: University of Deusto in Bilbao.
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education.
  • Timetable: One day a week from 16:00 to 20:00 (seminars) and two Fridays a month from 9.30 to 13.30 and from 15.00 to 19.00 (workshops and lectures). And, on occasion, Saturdays.
  • Language of instruction: Spanish.
  • Number of places: 25
  • Qualifications: Master’s degree in Relational-Systemic Psychotherapy (official Spanish diploma).

Methodology

  • Experiential context: activities aiming to explore previous concepts, significant cases and students’ previous experience concerning this thematic area.
  • Reflective observation: Activities prompting reflection by questioning and systematic observation.
  • Conceptualisation: Presentations (face to face and online), reading texts and/or guided illustration.
  • Assessment: Activities to evaluate the student’s progress such as written exams, reports, etc.
  • Tutorials: Students attend individual and group tutorials to have their work supervised and monitored.
  • Online tutorials are also used to supervise and check students’ progress.
  • Active experimentation: Applied activities such as analysis of cases, intervention and research projects, problem and project-based learning, summaries, hands-on activities in centres, data collection and analysis.

 

Assessment
  • Students perform in-class activities individually (questionnaires, problem solving, case studies).
  • Oral presentations in the psychology centres.
  • A record of in-class participation and communication skills performance.
  • Oral presentations in the classroom.
  • Assignments-projects.
  • Internships in the laboratory (Deusto-Psych).
  • Scientific reports.
  • Individual portfolios.
  • Practical in-class group activities (debates, case studies, preparation of communications, etc.).
  • Subject-specific written tests.

Programme

  • Credits: 60 ECTS (30 ECTS/per year).
  • Type of programme: Taught course (some on-line seminars).
  • Calendar: From September to June (2 academic years).
  • Course venue: University of Deusto in Bilbao.
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education.
  • Timetable: One day a week from 16:00 to 20:00 (seminars) and two Fridays a month from 9.30 to 13.30 and from 15.00 to 19.00 (workshops and lectures). And, on occasion, Saturdays.
  • Language of instruction: Spanish.
  • Number of places: 25
  • Qualifications: Master’s degree in Relational-Systemic Psychotherapy (official Spanish diploma).

Methodology

  • Experiential context: activities aiming to explore previous concepts, significant cases and students’ previous experience concerning this thematic area.
  • Reflective observation: Activities prompting reflection by questioning and systematic observation.
  • Conceptualisation: Presentations (face to face and online), reading texts and/or guided illustration.
  • Assessment: Activities to evaluate the student’s progress such as written exams, reports, etc.
  • Tutorials: Students attend individual and group tutorials to have their work supervised and monitored.
  • Online tutorials are also used to supervise and check students’ progress.
  • Active experimentation: Applied activities such as analysis of cases, intervention and research projects, problem and project-based learning, summaries, hands-on activities in centres, data collection and analysis.

 

Assessment
  • Students perform in-class activities individually (questionnaires, problem solving, case studies).
  • Oral presentations in the psychology centres.
  • A record of in-class participation and communication skills performance.
  • Oral presentations in the classroom.
  • Assignments-projects.
  • Internships in the laboratory (Deusto-Psych).
  • Scientific reports.
  • Individual portfolios.
  • Practical in-class group activities (debates, case studies, preparation of communications, etc.).
  • Subject-specific written tests.