A unique opportunity to learn the most innovative and effective evaluation techniques in detail through 100% online education at the highest level"

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Psychological evaluation has become one of the most widely used tools in judicial proceedings, since based on its test results it is possible to determine the state of mental health of the individuals involved, becoming a resource of vital importance for developing the verdict. Professionals in this field, through the psychodiagnostic guidelines, are able to delve into the mind of individuals, analyzing the causes of their behavior, as well as the consequences that have resulted from it. This is a field of special interest and relevance within Forensic Psychology, which also contemplates a very broad and diverse field of action depending on the analysis techniques that have been implemented in recent years.  

For this reason, and in order to provide students with the most exhaustive information that will allow them to specialize in this area and update their practice according to the latest concepts, TECH has developed a comprehensive program based on the latest scientific results. Therefore, with this Postgraduate Diploma in Evaluation in Expert Psychodiagnosis, students will have the opportunity to delve into the different projective guidelines that have been designed for expert assessment, focusing on the most effective tests (such as the Rorschach test or the desiderative tests), on the most innovative techniques (such as expressive, playful or fable-based) and on the most enlightening questionnaires in the current mental health environment. In addition, you will be able to work intensively on perfecting your skills in behavioral assessment through the mastery of the various scales and credibility studies of the story.  

This way, throughout the 400 hours of 100% online academic experience, students will experience considerable professional growth based on acquiring both the broadest and most specialized knowledge. And for this, students will have the best theoretical, practical and additional content, which will be available in its entirety from the beginning of the program in the state-of-the-art Virtual Campus that will be made available once they have enrolled. Therefore, TECH offers a flexible and dynamic program that adapts to the needs of all students, without schedules or on-site classes and with the guarantee of learning from the largest digital university in the world.

By mastering the expressive techniques that you will acquire with this Postgraduate Diploma, you will be able to work with more alternatives when dealing with the different cases submitted for expertise"

This Postgraduate Diploma in Assessment in Expert Psychodiagnosis contains the most complete and up-to-date program on the market. Its most notable features are:  

  • The development of practical cases presented by experts in Forensic Psychology
  • The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created, provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice
  • Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning 
  • Its special emphasis on innovative methodologies  
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments 
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection 

Would you like to know the main figures to dynamically determine the levels of dependence and autonomy in detail? This program includes a specific module specifically devoted to it”

The program’s teaching staff includes professionals from the sector who contribute their work experience to this educational program, as well as renowned specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.  

The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive education programmed to learn in real situations.  

This program is designed around Problem-Based Learning, whereby the professional must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the academic year. For this purpose, the student will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts.   

If what you are looking for is, among other things, to get up to date with the best strategies for family mediation, in this program you will find the tools to achieve it"

Among the additional content of this program, you will find tests and questionnaires based on the most innovative sychodiagnostics strategies to use with your patients"


TECH is a pioneer in the entire university panorama for the use of the successful and innovative pedagogical methodology of Relearning, which consists of the continuous reiteration of the most important concepts throughout the syllabus, thus encouraging a natural and progressive acquisition of knowledge, and avoiding long memorization hours. In addition, it is a strategy that also focuses on the resolution of practical cases based on real situations, adding dynamism to the academic experience and increasing its effectiveness. 

The time you will save thanks to the use of  the Relearning methodology can be invested in expanding each section of the syllabus using the dozens of hours of additional material included in this Postgraduate Diploma"  

Module 1. Evaluation Process in Expert Psychodiagnostics 

1.1. Projective Techniques in Expert Appraisal 

1.1.1. Characteristics and Types of Projective Techniques 

1.2. Rorschach Test 

1.2.1. Application 
1.2.2. Presentation of Sheets 
1.2.3. Reaction Time  
1.2.4. Time of the Patient in Front of the Sheet  
1.2.5. Removal of Sheet and Survey  
1.2.6. Rorschach Assessment  
1.2.7. Aperture Modes 
1.2.8. Contents 
1.2.9. Frequency (F) 

1.3. Expressive Techniques 

1.3.1. Graphic Tests 
1.3.2. Drawing Size 
1.3.3. Drawing Projection 
1.3.4. Position in the Sheet 
1.3.5. Shape of the Stroke 
1.3.6. Strength of the Stroke 
1.3.7. Continuity of the Stroke 
1.3.8. Personal Style  

1.4. Drawing (HTP)  

1.4.1. The House  
1.4.2. The Tree  
1.4.3. Wittgenstein's Index 
1.4.4. Human Figure 

1.5. Free Drawing 

1.5.1. Development 
1.5.2. Analysis 
1.5.3. Free Drawing Quality 
1.5.4. Advantage and Disadvantage 

1.6. Family Drawing 

1.6.1. Graphic Plane 
1.6.2. Structural Plane 
1.6.3. Content Plane or Clinical Interpretation 
1.6.4. Psychoanalytic Interpretation 

1.7. Düss Fables 

1.7.1. Bird Fable: Degree of Dependence- Independence, Autonomy 
1.7.2. Marriage Anniversary Fable: Oedipus Complex 
1.7.3. Lamb Fable: Fraternal Jealousy, Weaning Complex 
1.7.4. Burial Fable: Loss, Guilt, Aggressiveness, Death Wishes 
1.7.5. Fear Fable: Fears 

1.8. Desiderative Test  
1.9. Max Lüscher Color Test 

1.9.1. Color Test 
1.9.2. Meaning of the Eight Places 
1.9.3. Function Interpretation 
1.9.4. Basic and Auxiliary Colors and the Keys to the Eight Colors 
1.9.5. Categories of the Four Basic Colors 
1.9.6. Auxiliary Colors 

1.10. T.A.T. Thematic Apperception Test 
1.11. Psychometric Tests in Expertise  
1.12. Wechsler Intelligence Test  

1.12.1. WISC– IV 
1.12.2. Test Description 

1.13. Neuropsychological Maturity Questionnaire CUMANES 

1.13.1. Forensic Neuropsychology 
1.13.2. The Revised Barcelona Test  

1.14. RAVEN’s Progressive Matrices 

1.14.1. Domino Test or D-48 
1.14.2. Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) 

1.15. GOODENOUGH’s Test  
1.16. The Personality Test  
1.17. Millon's Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMII-III)  
1.18. CATELL’s 16 PF-5  

1.18.1. First Order Factors 
1.18.2. Second Order Factors 
1.18.3. Profile Interpretation Steps 

1.19. PAI and Behavioral Assessment System for Children and Adolescents 

1.19.1. Scales in Questionnaires for Parents and Guardians 
1.19.2. Self-Report Scales 
1.19.3. Personality Assessment Inventory PAI 

1.20. Children's Personality Questionnaire CPQ  

1.20.1. Reserved / Open, Low / High Intelligence, Emotionally Affected / Stable, Calm / Excitable, Submissive / Dominant, Restrained / Enthusiastic, Carefree / Conscientious, Self-conscious / Enterprising, Tough / Sensitive, Confident / Doubtful, Simple / Astute, Serene / Apprehensive, Less or More Integrated and Relaxed / Tense  

1.21. Clinical Analysis Questionnaire– CAQ  
1.22. STAIC and STAI Anxiety Questionnaires and TAMAI Self-Assessment Test  

1.22.1. Trait-State Anxiety Questionnaire in Children - STAIC and in Adults - STAI 
1.22.2. Multifactor Self-Assessment Test of Child Adjustment - TAMAI 

1.23. Questionnaire for the Evaluation of Adopters, Caregivers, Guardians and Mediators– CUIDA 

1.23.1. Primary Scales 
1.23.2. Response Styles 

1.24. Short Symptom Checklist - SCL-90 R 

1.24.1. Dimensions 
1.24.2. Levels 

1.25. Study of the Story's Credibility  

1.25.1. System for Analyzing the Validity of Statements: The SVA Method 
1.25.2. SVA = Interview + CBCA + Validity Checklist 

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