Psychosocial Assistance Centre: a real experience as a psychotherapist
The Centre for Psychosocial Assistance offers undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students a space where they cancan experiment, build up therapeutic repertoires and increase their knowledge of psychological science in clinical practice contexts. Training is conducted in a safe environment and guided by psychotherapists who are experts in different areas and forms of psychological intervention.
The Psychosocial Assistance Centre (PAC )is a space where psychology students can complete some of their practical training.
This centre is authorised as a health centre by the Autonomous Community of Madrid and carries out its activities in two consultation rooms located in the University Sports Complex on the Villaviciosa de Odón Campus.
The services offered fall into three areas: clinical and health area, socio-educational mediation area, and psycho-pedagogical and training area. In all three areas, undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students can develop and strengthen their skills and competences as psychologists. They will do so by participating in: psychological interventions that are guided and directed by a qualified psychologist, mediations, training actions, psychopedagogical guidance and research projects led by PAC professors and research staff.
The Centre for Psychosocial Assistance is principally aimed at helping psychology students train their practical skills. For this reason, PAC activities are generally linked to the Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and the Postgraduate Degrees in Psychology, such as the University Master's Degree in General Health Psychology and the University Master's Degree in Eating Disorders and Obesity.
The Psychosocial Assistance Centre has the following facilities and resources:
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