Unisinos Postgraduate - Psychology (MSc/PhD) - In person - São Leopoldo
Academic Master

Psychology (MSc/PhD)

In person - São Leopoldo

Location

São Leopoldo

Duration

2 years

Course recommended by Capes

Grade 5

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Overview

The Graduate Program in Psychology at Unisinos, Master's level, aims to qualify teachers and researchers to respond to the needs of different levels of psychological health promotion. Understands psychological clinic in an expanded perspective taking into account the social changes and needs of the contemporary world.

The Graduate Program in Psychology is recognized and evaluated with a 5 concept by Capes. The program seeks to unite its activities with undergraduate education and extension, in addition to scientific exchange and cooperation between high-level research and training centers in Brazil and abroad.

The master's program is guided by a pedagogical orientation that contemplates two main axes: 1) Clinical Psychology as the locus of knowledge production, contemplating disciplines and activities that offer a theoretical-epistemological formation consistent in Clinical Psychology; 2) develop skills in research, covering the reflection and analysis of the main methods used in research and its applicability in research in Clinical Psychology. The curricular structure contemplates these two axes, supporting the reflection on the production of knowledge in Clinical Psychology and emphasizing the methodological domain in scientific research, as well as covering contents relevant to the scope of the Program's research lines, as well as teaching and improvement scientific writing.

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Emphasis: Clinical Psychology

The psychological clinic, understood in an expanded perspective, takes into account the social transformations and needs of the contemporary world, being defined by ethics and by the commitment to the complexity of human experience. Guided by a paradigm that privileges health, resilience and the promotion of the subjects' potentialities, it covers the development and evaluation of both preventive and therapeutic interventions.

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Focuses on the understanding of different forms of psychological distress, manifestations and possibilities of psychotherapeutic intervention. Studies the psychotherapeutic process and results, possibly including individual, group and family interventions.

Addresses health-disease processes and their psychological manifestations related to the work, school and hospital environment. Studies possibilities of mental health promotion and prevention in institutional contexts.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Discover the projects developed in the line of action:

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Master's Degree Curriculum

The master's degree consists of 24 credits, including thesis. Students are required to complete required courses (14 credits) and elective courses (10 credits), 4 credits of which may be related to activities of other graduate programs at Unisinos and partner institutions. Development of the thesis will be throughout the course.

Required Courses (14 credits) keyboard_arrow_down

- Research Methodology in Psychology (4 credits)
- Psychological Treatment (2 credits)
- Workshop on Projects I (2 credits)
- Workshop on Projects II (2 credits)
- Seminar on Thesis I, II, III and IV (1 credit by semester)

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- Clinical Care of Children and Adolescents (2 credits)
- Psychopathological states and Contemporary (2 credits)
- Research on Psychotherapy (2 credits)

Optional Courses - Area of study: Health-Disease Processes in Institutional Contexts keyboard_arrow_down

- Clinical Practices and Research in Institutions (2 credits)
- Helth-Disease Processes (2 credits)
- Mental Health Prevention and Promotion (2 credits)

Common Optional Courses keyboard_arrow_down

- Clinical Practice (4 credits)
- Forensic Psychology (2 credits)
- Clinical Aspects of Violence (2 credits)
- Statistics Applied to Psychology (2 credits)
- Workshop on Text Production (2 credits)
- Special Topics (1 credit)
- Teaching Internship (2 credits)
- Higher education Methodology (3 credits)

PROFESSORS

The student of the Psychology Graduate Program has at your disposal a faculty composed mostly of masters, doctors and post-doctor, with national and international training and recognized professional experience.

Clarisse Pereira Mosmann

Clarisse Pereira Mosmann

Doutora em Psicologia
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Coordinator of the Center for Studies in Couples and Families (NECAF). Conducts research on the following topics: Systemic Psychological Clinic: dynamics of family and marital functioning, Conjugality, coparenting and psychopathology of childhood and adolescence: evaluation and treatment. Marital Conflict and Parent and Child Resolution Strategies: Assessment, Diagnosis and Clinical Intervention.

Denise Falcke

Denise Falcke

Doutora em Psicologia
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Coordinator of the Center for Studies in Family and Violence (NEFAV). She conducts research on the following topics: Domestic violence: prevention and intervention, Transgenerationality, Dynamics of family and conjugal functioning, Psychological assessment and treatment of couples and families in risk situations.

Fernanda Barcellos Serralta

Fernanda Barcellos Serralta

Doutora em Ciências Médicas: Psiquiatria
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Coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies in Psychotherapy and Psychopathology (LAEPSI). She conducts research with the following themes: psychotherapy change processes, psychotherapy assessment instruments and measures, multicultural skills of psychotherapists, mental health and psychopathology.

Ilana Andretta

Ilana Andretta

Doutora em Psicologia
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Coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies in Psychotherapy and Psychopathology (LAEPSI). She conducts research with the following themes: psychotherapy change processes, psychotherapy assessment instruments and measures, multicultural skills of psychotherapists, mental health and psychopathology.

Janine Kieling Monteiro

Janine Kieling Monteiro

Doutora em Psicologia
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Coordinator of the Labor Clinic Laboratory (LABORClínica). Profa Monteiro works at the School of Health in Psychology and Nursing courses. She conducts research with the following themes: Health / mental illness and work, Psychodynamic of work clinic, Assessment of psychosocial risks at work, Bulling at work.

Leandro Miletto Tonetto

Leandro Miletto Tonetto

Doutor em Psicologia (Área de Cognição Humana)
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Head of D.Well Studio (Well-being through Design). Prof. Tonetto works at the School of Health (Psychology) and the School of Creative Industry (Design) on the following topics: well-being in institutional contexts, emotional experience in the relationship between people and healthcare artifacts (products and services), patient well-being at hospitals, child well-being and development, creative healthcare projects, applications of data science and artificial intelligence in healthcare (Psychology).

Mary Sandra Carlotto

Mary Sandra Carlotto

Doutora em Psicologia Social
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Coordinator of the Occupational Health Psychology research group. Main research areas: Psychosocial risks at work, stress and occupational coping, Burnout Syndrome, work addiction, technostress, work-related mental disorders, well-being at work, leadership, and work-family interaction.

Murilo Ricardo Zibetti

Murilo Ricardo Zibetti

Doutor em Psicologia
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Coordinator of MIND-Lab (Laboratory of Measurement and Intervention on Neurocognition through Development). Currently, he conducts research on the following topics: development and cross-cultural adaptation of psychological assessment tools for psychotherapy and clinical neuropsychology, dimensional and transdiagnostic models of psychopathology, interfaces between neurosciences, psychophysiology, and new technologies applied to mental health.

Priscila Goergen Brust Renck

Priscila Goergen Brust Renck

Doutora em Developmental Psychology
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Director of the Cognition and Health Laboratory (LAPECS). She researches the role of cognitive processes in prevention and health promotion using a cognitive-behavioral approach within the field of Clinical Health Psychology on the following topics: decision-making process, risk perception and communication, innovation in health services, effect of cognitive processes on health, translational research, quantitative methods.

Tagma Marina Schneider Donelli

Tagma Marina Schneider Donelli

Doutora em Psicologia
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Coordinator of the Baby-Related Studies Center (CER Bebê). She works mainly on issues related to pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium, motherhood and fatherhood, relational and interaction processes of the baby with parents or substitutes, early symptoms, psychosomatic phenomena in childhood, clinical interventions in child care institutions, as well as on topics related to health and hospital areas.

Vera Regina Rohnelt Ramires

Vera Regina Rohnelt Ramires

Doutora em Psicologia (Psicologia Clínica)
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Coordinator of the Research Group in Psychopathology and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, NuPePPP. She develops research on the following topics: psychopathology and psychoanalytic psychotherapy of children, adolescents and adults, effectiveness and change processes in psychotherapy, reflective function and mentalization, trauma and vulnerability, foster care, late adoption.

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Rebeca Veras de Andrade Vieira

Rebeca Veras de Andrade Vieira

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Postdoctoral scholar by the National Postdoctoral Program / Capes (PNPD / Capes). Conducts research on the following topics: Health psychology, Primary headaches, Development, adaptation and validation of instruments, Cognitive behavioral therapy.