• Advanced preparation in several theoretical, project and operational areas of psychology, with special reference to clinical , dynamic and social psychology, both for individual interventions and institutional contexts. In addition to a solid preparation on the aims and methods of interventions in traditional contexts of application (additions, psychiatric communities and services, judicial contexts) particular attention will be paid to emerging contexts, connected with social and demographic change (marginality, immigration, the elderly).
• Capacity to stabilise important characteristics, particularly from a clinical point of view, of people, groups and institutions, bearing in mind the various existing theoretical approaches in literature and to evaluate them using an appropriate method.
• Capacity to plan and manage individual and group interactions, consistent with the analysis of demand and individual, group, organisation and community needs.
• Capacity to evaluate the quality and efficacy of own and others’ interventions, thanks to the knowledge of different models of theoretical and methodological approach and to encouraging critical capacities in the student.
• Capacity to assume responsibilities for interventions focused on the individual for the prevention, diagnosis, psychological intervention, rehabilitation and analysis of social and institutional contexts.
• Capacity to carry out interventions in the field in full professional autonomy, but also in relation to the complexity and type of intervention, the capacity to interact with professionals in a collaborative, effective manner in an interdisciplinary, work and supervisory context.
• Acquisition of advanced knowledge of English in a scientific context, especially of specialised psychological and clinical terminology.
• Acquisition of knowledge on ethics and professional responsibility in psychology activities.