Occupational Outcomes

Graduates of the course will become members of the National Order of Psychologists (level A) after a post-graduate supervised stage and a habilitation exam. There are foreseen occupational opportunities in the principal fields of applied psychology and related fields, such as:

  • scholastic and formation psychology;
  • psychology of rehabilitation, handicap, and cognitive disability- developmental or acquired in adult age (after traumas, neurologic and psychiatric disorders, etc.)
  • juridical and forensic psychology
  • psychology as applied to institutional and organizational contexts.

The practice of the psychological and psychotherapeutic disciplines, classified in this category, is subject to the relative legal norms, which state that the practice of psychotherapy requires a specific post-degree formation.

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03/15/2018 - 15:13