Graduates will be capable of:
- Conducting individual adult psychotherapy responsibly.
- Generating the psychosocial conditions for consultants to find alternatives for addressing their interpersonal and emotional issues.
- Applying at least three theoretical frameworks from psychology and two other disciplines, in order to understand individuals and their problems, and to orient both their interventions as psychotherapists and their criteria for evaluating the changes achieved in the process.
- Making use of different psychotherapeutic strategies and techniques aimed at a broad, well-grounded understanding of the individual and his/her problems, situated in his/her sociocultural context, and based on knowledge generated from different theories and research processes.
- Proposing their own psychotherapeutic attention models and adapting them to their consultants' sociocultural context.