Family psychology

UNIFORM MASTER’S STUDIES

  • Type of studies UNIFORM MASTER’S STUDIES
  • Field of study PSYCHOLOGY
  • Study mode FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME
  • Duration 5 YEARS (10 SEMESTERS)

The specialization in psychology of children, adolescents and families provides knowledge about the diagnosis and therapy of children and teenagers as well as their families. The curriculum focuses on a multifaceted understanding of specific dilemmas of childhood and adolescence. It also looks more broadly at the context of symptoms, the aetiology of difficulties, developmental disorders and wider family relationships. Psychology of children, adolescents and families as a study programme is addressed to people who are interested in the psychology of human development and feel the need to help young people in their quest to discover their own self. Candidates should be open to new experiences and remain sensitive to the issues of childhood and adolescence. In addition, the studies analyse various psychotherapeutic approaches and techniques.

ISSUES DISCUSSED DURING STUDIES

  • clinical psychology of children and adolescents
  • adult clinical psychology
  • clinical neuropsychology
  • psychotherapy
  • psychological diagnosis of children and adolescents
  • diagnosis of the educational environment
  • psychoeducation methods (students, parents and teachers)
  • problems and educational tasks of childhood and adolescence
  • managing stress and aggression at school
  • supporting the process of learning and teaching at school
  • psychopharmacology
  • psychosomatics
  • clinical neuropsychology
  • behaviour and personality disorders
  • anxiety and neurotic disorders
  • addiction to psychoactive substances
  • psychological clinical diagnosis
  • psychosis – schizophrenia and affective disease
  • paediatric psychology
  • eating disorders
  • psycho-traumatology and psychopathology
  • psychology of marriage and family
  • human sexuality in the life cycle
  • forensic and penitentiary psychology
  • psychology of the disabled
  • interpersonal training
  • graduation seminar

EMPLOYMENT PERSPECTIVES

  • public and non-public healthcare (hospitals, clinics, etc.)
  • educational, rehabilitation, treatment institutions
  • psychological and pedagogical clinics
  • mental health clinics
  • educational and rehabilitation centres
  • family support centres
  • district diagnostic and consultation centres
  • adoption centres

FEES

FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME

STUDY FROM

240

Monthly fee (10 installments)

RECRUITMENT PROCEDURE

STEP 1

REGISTER ONLINE

STEP 2

PREPARE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  • ID (for inspection)
  • One passport photo
  • Copy of high school leaving exam (original for inspection)  
  • Copy of higher education diploma and transcript (in case of II degree studies) (original for inspection)

STEP 3

COME TO THE STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE WITH A COMPLETE SET OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED DOCUMENTS

Student Service Center

Collegium Humanum – Warsaw Management University

Moniuszki 1a, 00-014 Warsaw