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Do you want to know, in-detail, the most effective mediation and coaching strategies for psychological conflict resolution? If the answer is yes, you will find everything you need in this program”
In psychology, when we talk about mediation, in most cases, the first thing that comes to the mind of most people is the typical kidnapping situation, when professionals in this field have to act as negotiators to get the offender to release the victims through a strategic plan based on the psychic management of the situation. These specialists have the necessary tools to convince individuals and bring them back to reality, not only in emergency contexts, but also in everyday situations like those that can occur at work or school. For this reason, it is becoming more and more common for various entities to have psychologists specialized in mediation and coaching as part of their staff, in order to guarantee the mental stability of their workers and to promote an optimal climate for the correct psychosocial development of any person.
For this reason, TECH has considered it necessary to develop a program focused on this field, thanks to which students will be able to learn, in detail, the most innovative and effective guidelines for mediation intervention in different contexts. This is a 400-hour Postgraduate Diploma, during which you will be able to delve into the latest advances related to psychodiagnosis and psychological evaluation, focusing on aspects such as anxiety and fear management, psychologists' code of ethics or the considerations to be taken into account when dealing with the different cases that may be encountered in their practice. It also covers new developments in the notion of conflict and the best strategies for resolving it, through modern, comprehensive and effective coaching guidelines.
All this over 6 months of a 100% online program, during which students will have access to a state-of-the-art Virtual Campus, where all the content will be available from the very first day, giving them the opportunity to design their academic calendar according to their own availability. In addition, it can be downloaded to any device with internet connection, for consultation, even after completing the program. Therefore, this is an incomparable academic experience that will not only help students to improve their practice, but will also provide them with the tools they need to become a leader in the field of psychological mediation.
A dynamic and avant-garde program with which you will be able to perfect your skills in psychodiagnosis in only 6 months of 100% online education"
This Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Mediation and Coaching 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 self-assessment can be used 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
The program includes an exclusive section dedicated to the different psychological evaluation methods, so you can delve deeper into each of them through the additional material included in the course”
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"
The curriculum also includes a section focused on corporate coaching, so that students will be able to intervene as mediators in the different conflicts that may arise in the company"
The syllabus of this program has been designed by TECH with the support of its teaching staff, which, being made up of specialists of the highest level within the field of Psychology, knows, in-detail, what information students must master in order to succeed in this sector through an incomparable praxis. Thanks to this, it has been possible to create the 400 hours of content included in the program, allowing students to not only broaden their knowledge, but also to improve their skills in a dynamic, avant-garde and confident manner. In addition, its convenient 100% online format allows students to do it from wherever they want, without timetables and through any device with internet connection.
On the Virtual Campus, you will find hours of additional material presented in different formats: in-depth videos, research articles, further reading and much more!"
Module 1. Psychodiagnostics and Psychological Evaluation
1.1. Substantive Considerations
1.1.2. Scientific Method
1.1.3. Experimental Method
1.1.4. Correlational Method
1.1.5. Longitudinal Method
1.1.7. Manifest Behavior Observation
1.2. Diagnosis as a Mobilizer of the Expert-Subject Connection
1.3. Reason for Diagnosis
1.3.2. The Interview as a First Encounter and Framing
1.3.3. Purposes of the Interview
1.3.4. Factors Affecting the Process
1.5. Assessor/Permittee's Anxieties, Hopes and Needs. Causing Harm and Making Mistakes
1.5.1. Anxieties and Fears
1.6. Needs and Anxieties of the Evaluated Person
1.7. Psychodiagnostics Objectives
1.7.1. Differences and Interactions
1.7.2. Procedure Structure
1.7.3. Diagnostic Process Framework
1.7.4. Main Objectives
1.7.5. Secondary Objectives
1.7.6. Achieve a Singular Bond
1.7.7. Encourage the Subject's Resources
1.7.8. Gather Valid Information for the Process
1.8. Psychodiagnostics Scenarios
1.8.1. Subject’s Mental Functions
1.8.2. Biological Imbalances
1.8.3. Interaction of the Subject in their Microcontext, Mesocontext and Macrocontext
1.9. Analysis of Suffering Through its Symptoms
1.9.1. Suffering and the Mind
1.10. Psychodiagnostics in a Legal Setting
1.10.1. Expert Evidence
1.10.2. Fields of Action of the Legal Psychologist
Module 2. Mediation and Coaching
2.1. Family Mediation
2.1.3. Mediator Techniques
2.2. Notion of Conflict
2.2.1. Psychological Conflicts
2.2.2. Communication Conflicts or Conflicts Related to the Communication Channel
2.2.3. Substantive Conflicts
2.2.4. Ways of Dealing with Conflicts
2.3. Types of Conflict and Methods of Resolution
2.3.4. Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration and Neutral Evaluation
2.4. Mediation in Parent/Child Relationships
2.4.1. Conflict Resolution in the Parent-Child Relationship
2.4.2. "I am the Father so I Win and you are the Son so you Lose."
2.4.3. “You as a Son Win and I as a Father Lose"
2.4.4. Concertation: Nobody Loses
2.5. Coaching and Psychology
2.5.1. Similarities and Differences?
2.6. How to Work with Coaching and Psychotherapy
2.7. Learning in Coaching
2.7.1. Stripping Off the Masks
2.7.2. Coaching and Psychologists
2.8. Coaching in the Company
2.8.1. Facing Challenges that can be Taken on
2.8.2. The Life of Managers
2.9. All Psychological Therapy Involves Personal Growth
2.9.1. Coach or Psychologist, According to the Coaches
2.9.2. Conflict and Coaching
2.10. Clear Goals
2.10.1. Definition of Where One Is
2.10.2. Definition of Where One Wants to Go
2.11. Feeding Back on the Activity
2.11.1. Placing the Attitude in Action and not in Anticipatory Thinking
2.11.2. Verbalizing Small Achievements
2.11.3. Be Flexible and Allow for Frustration
2.12. Working on Self-Deception
2.12.1. The Coach as a Trainer
2.12.2. The Coach as an Advisor
2.12.3. The Coach as a Corrector
2.13. Obstacles in Coaching
2.13.2. Coaching Through Rewards
2.13.3. Coaching and Leadership
2.14. Emotional Management Through the C.E.B Model (Conscious Emotional Bonding)
2.14.1. What is Proposed?
2.14.2. Identity Marks of the Emotional Bonding Model. Conscious (C.E.B)
2.14.3. Basic Assumptions of the C.E.B Model
2.15. Dialogue With Beliefs
2.15.1. A Critique of Goleman's Work
2.15.2. Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence
2.16. Emotional Neuroanatomy
2.16.1. The Brain and its Messengers
2.17. Intrapersonal Skills
2.17.2. Basic Emotions
Including real cases in the content of this program will help you to build your knowledge, as well as demonstrate how effective the mediation strategies included in this Postgraduate Diploma can be"