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Code 11788
Year 2
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 30
Workload E(448H)/OT(60H)
Scientific area Psychology
Entry requirements N.A.
Learning outcomes It is intended to guide and supervise the students in the development of a internship in the field of Clinical and Health Psychology. The students would be able to:
- Apply, in a reasoned manner, methods and techniques of psychological intervention
- Develop and implement, in a reasoned manner, plans / programs of psychological intervention in specific, wide and multidisciplinary contexts
- Interpret and communicate the results of the evaluation and / or intervention psychological process
- Compromise with deontological and ethical rules in Psychology
- Evidence skills for managing emotions and self-control
- Evidence skills of interpersonal relationship
- Demonstrate work skills on interdisciplinary teams
- Demonstrate capacity for self-criticism and demands for resources for guidance / supervision
- Evidence management time skill
Syllabus The psychology internship specific methodology and characteristics of the teaching-learning process do not give sense to the preliminary definition of specific syllabus content.
Main Bibliography The main bibliography will focus on periodical and non-periodical bibliographic resources to be defined and discussed during the supervision process, depending on the specificities of the curricular internship
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria As a criterion for the realization of the fulfillment stage, it is considered the workload corresponding to 30 ECTS, of internship activities and independent work for the development of a report. The final classification will have two components: a. Continuous assessment of the work over the stage - b. the rating assigned by the jury to the written report and oral defense.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-27

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