A deep and comprehensive dive into strategies and approaches in General Health Psychology”

Psychologists play a fundamental role in healthcare when it comes to improving people's physical, mental and social well-being. Today, they are an essential component in resolving different psychological disorders.

This Professional Master’s Degree provides extensive knowledge in advanced models and techniques to evaluate, diagnose and treat people from infancy to old age, including family groups and couples. For this, you will have a teaching faculty that stands out for its extensive professional experience in the different areas in which psychology has developed and in different sectors of the population.

Throughout this training program, the student will go through all the current approaches in the work carried out by health psychologists. The correct approach to psychological assessments and interviews; the implementation of psychological techniques for stress prevention or the assimilation of the different phases of the research process in Psychology. There will be some of the many topics of work and study that students will be able to integrate into their training with this comprehensive program.  

We will not only take you through the theoretical knowledge we offer, but we will introduce you to another way of studying and learning, one which is simpler, more organic and more efficient. We will work to keep you motivated and to develop your passion for learning, helping you to analyze and to develop critical thinking skills.

A high-level step that will become a process of improvement, not only on a professional level, but also on a personal level.

A program created for professionals who aspire for excellence, and that will enable you to acquire new skills and strategies easily and effectively" 

This Professional Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology contains the most complete and up-to-date academic program on the market. The most important features include:

  • 100 practical case studies presented by experts in general health psychology
  • The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for carrying out research
  • New developments and innovations on research in the different fields of psychology
  • Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning
  • Algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the situations that are presented to the student
  • Special emphasis on research methodologies
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection work
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

Access the deep knowledge of General Health Psychology and its multiple implications, in a complete program created to propel you to another professional level" 

It includes a very broad teaching staff made up of experts in psychology, who share their work experience in this program, as well as recognized specialists from leading communities 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 an immersive program designed to learn in real situations. 

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

Increase your confidence as a Healthcare Psychologist by updating your knowledge through this Professional Master’s Degree"

This Professional Master’s Degree makes the difference between a professional with a lot of knowledge and a professional who knows how to apply it in the daily practice of his profession"


The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals in General Health Psychology, aware of the current relevance of training in order to delve into the area of knowledge and make publications of academic quality. 

This Professional Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market” 

Module 1. Scientific and Professional Foundations of General Health Psychology

1.1. Clinical and Health Psychology

1.1.1. Historical Background
1.1.2. Clinical Psychology
1.1.3. Health Psychology

1.2. Health: Conceptualization and Models

1.2.1. Conceptualization of Health
1.2.2. Health Models
1.2.3. Theories of Behavior and Health

1.3. Stress and Psychosocial Factors in the Health-Disease Process

1.3.1. Theories of Stress
1.3.2. Relationship between Stress and Disease
1.3.3. Personality and Health

1.4. Interprofessional and Health Outcomes Communication

1.4.1. Psychosocial Rehabilitation
1.4.2. Health Care from the Community and Hospital Settings
1.4.3. Results Communication

1.5. Diagnostic Classifications: Basic and Differential Aspects

1.5.1. Concepts and Models in Psychopathology
1.5.2. Diagnostic Classifications in Psychopathology
1.5.3. New Classification Systems in Psychopathology

1.6. Fundamentals of Evidence-Based Clinical Practice and Evidence-Based Evaluation

1.6.1. Introduction to Evidence-Based Clinical Practice
1.6.2. Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Methodology
1.6.3. Evidence-Based Psychology

1.7. Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments

1.7.1. History of Effectiveness Evaluation
1.7.2. Clinical Practice Guidelines
1.7.3. Limitations and Challenges of Evidence-Based Treatments

1.8. Transdiagnostic Approach and Evaluation of Processes and Outcomes

1.8.1. Transdiagnostic Approach
1.8.2. Evaluation of Therapeutic Results
1.8.3. Evaluation of Therapeutic Processes

1.9. Fundamentals of Research and New Technologies in Health Psychology

1.9.1. Scientific Research in Psychology
1.9.2. Research Designs
1.9.3. Intervention through New Technologies

1.10. Scientific-Professional Resources for Healthcare Practice

1.10.1. Criteria and Search in Systematic Reviews
1.10.2. Study Selection and Data Extraction in Systematic Reviews
1.10.3. Analysis of Results in Systematic Reviews

Module 2. Assessment in General Health Psychology

2.1. Psychological Assessment Process

2.1.1. Descriptive-Predictive Process
2.1.2. Intervention-Assessment Process

2.2. Assessment Techniques in Health Psychology

2.2.1. Features of Assessment Techniques
2.2.2. Types of Assessment Techniques

2.3. The Interview as an Assessment Technique

2.3.1. Conceptualization of the Psychological Interview
2.3.2. Interview Process

2.4. Observation

2.4.1. Observation Features
2.4.2. Observation Process

2.5. Diagnosis in Health Psychology

2.5.1. Features and Limitations of the DSM-5
2.5.2. Assessment for Problem Identification

2.6. Clinical Formulation

2.6.1. Clinical Case Formulation
2.6.2. Functional Analysis (Conceptual and Empirical Foundations)
2.6.3. Functional Analysis (Strategies)

2.7. Communication of Results in Health Psychology

2.7.1. Return Interview
2.7.2. Written Report

2.8. Quality of Life, Lifestyle and Stress Assessment

2.8.1. Assessment of Quality of Life and the Intervention Process
2.8.2. Lifestyle and Self-Efficacy for Health Assessment
2.8.3. Stress Assessment

2.9. Assessment in Chronic Conditions

2.9.1. Psychological Assessment in HIV
2.9.2. Psychological Assessment in Chronic Pain
2.9.3. Psychological Assessment in Oncology Patients

2.10. Assessment in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

2.10.1. Theoretical and Conceptual Aspects in the Assessment of Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
2.10.2. Assessment Tools for Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

2.11. Assessment in Depressive and Bipolar Disorders

2.11.1. Theoretical and Conceptual Aspects in the Assessment of Depressive and Bipolar Disorders
2.11.2. Assessment Tools in Depressive and Bipolar Disorders

2.12. Assessment in Anxiety Disorders

2.12.1. Theoretical and Conceptual Aspects in the Assessment of Anxiety Disorders
2.12.2. Anxiety Disorders Assessment Tools

2.13. Assessment in Trauma-Related, Dissociative, Somatic Symptom and OCD Disorders

2.13.1. Trauma-Related Disorders and Dissociative Disorders
2.13.2. Somatic Symptom Disorders
2.13.3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Related Disorders

2.14. Assessment of Eating, Sleep and Excretory System Disorders

2.14.1. Eating Disorders
2.14.2. Sleep Disorders
2.14.3. Excretory System Disorders

2.15. Assessment in Sexual and Paraphilic Disorders

2.15.1. Sexual Dysfunctions
2.15.2. Paraphilic Disorders

2.16. Assessment in Addiction Disorders

2.16.1. Diagnostic Criteria for Addictive Disorders
2.16.2. Addictive Disorders Assessment Tools
2.16.3. Personality Disorders

Module 3. General Health Psychology Skills and Techniques

3.1. The Therapeutic Relationship and the Therapeutic Process

3.1.1. Therapeutic Process
3.1.2. Therapeutic Relationship

3.2. Basic Skills and Competencies for Health Psychologists

3.2.1. Basic Skills for Therapists
3.2.2. Characteristics of a Therapist
3.2.3. General Health Psychologist Skills

3.3. Listening Skills

3.3.1. Listening
3.3.2. Listening Techniques

3.4. Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication

3.4.1. Non-Verbal Communication 
3.4.2. Verbal Communication Techniques

3.5. Obstacles and Feared Scenarios in the Therapeutic Process 

3.5.1. Obstacles in Initiation and Assessment 
3.5.2. Obstacles in Implementing the Treatment 

3.6. Most Frequent Errors Made by Psychologists 

3.6.1. Risk of Dual Relationship 
3.6.2. Other Obstacles in the Therapeutic Process 

3.7. Psychotherapy and Therapeutic Components 

3.7.1. Models in Psychotherapy 
3.7.2. Integration in Psychotherapy 

3.8. Contribution of Psychodynamic, Phenomenological-Existential, and Humanistic Models

3.8.1. Psychodynamic Models  
3.8.2. Phenomenological-Existential and Humanistic Models 

3.9. Behavioral Techniques 

3.9.1. Relaxation Techniques 
3.9.2. Exposure Techniques 
3.9.3. Operant Techniques 

3.10. Cognitive Techniques 

3.10.1. Skills Training 
3.10.2. Cognitive Restructuring 

3.11. Third Generation Therapies 

3.11.1. Therapies Based on Mindfulness 
3.11.2. Dialectical Behavior Therapy 
3.11.3. Behavioral Activation Therapy 
3.11.4. Functional Analytic Psychotherapy 

3.12. Group Intervention and Family Therapy 

3.12.1. Group Intervention 
3.12.2. Family Therapy 

3.13. Positive Psychology 

3.13.1. Positive Psychology: Concepts 
3.13.2. Positive Psychology: Techniques 

3.14. Health Psychology 

3.14.1. Prevention and Health Promotion 
3.14.2. Counseling 

Module 4. Psychological Intervention in Childhood and Adolescence 

4.1. Fundamentals of Child and Adolescent Assessment 

4.1.1. Peculiarities of Psychological Assessment in Children and Adolescents 
4.1.2. Assessment Tools 
4.1.3. Obstacles to Interviewing Children and Adolescents 

4.2. Intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorders 

4.2.1. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
4.2.2. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Assessment Tools 
4.2.3. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
4.2.4. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.3. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Intervention 

4.3.1. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
4.3.2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Assessment Tools 
4.3.3. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Scientific Evidence 
4.3.4. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.4. Intervention in Child and Adolescent Depression 

4.4.1. Child and Adolescent Depression: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
4.4.2. Child and Adolescent Depression: Assessment Tools 
4.4.3. Child and Adolescent Depression: Scientific Evidence 
4.4.4. Child and Adolescent Depression: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.5. Intervention in Child and Adolescent Anxiety 

4.5.1. Child and Adolescent Anxiety: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
4.5.2. Child and Adolescent Anxiety: Scientific Evidence 
4.5.3. Child and Adolescent Anxiety: Behavioral Techniques 
4.5.4. Child and Adolescent Anxiety: Cognitive Techniques 

4.6. Intervention in Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents 

4.6.1. Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
4.6.2. Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Scientific Evidence  
4.6.3. Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.7. Intervention in Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents 

4.7.1. Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
4.7.2. Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Scientific Evidence 
4.7.3. Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.8. Intervention in Excretory System Disorders 

4.8.1. Excretory System Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
4.8.2. Excretory System Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
4.8.3. Excretory System Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

4.9. Intervention in Behavioral Disorders 

4.9.1. Behavioral Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
4.9.2. Behavioral Disorders: Assessment Tools 
4.9.3. Behavioral Disorders: Empirical Evidence 
4.9.4. Behavioral Disorders: Intervention Techniques 

4.10. Intervention in Substance Use Disorders in Children and Adolescents 

4.10.1. Substance Use Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence in Childhood and Adolescence
4.10.2. Substance Use Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
4.10.3. Substance Use Disorders: Intervention Techniques 

Module 5. Psychological Intervention in Adults 

5.1. Psychological Intervention in Psychotic Disorders 

5.1.1. Psychotic Disorders: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
5.1.2. Psychotic Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.1.3. Psychotic Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.2. Psychological Intervention in Depressive and Bipolar Disorders 

5.2.1. Intervention in Depressive Disorders Depressive Disorders: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence Depressive Disorders: Scientific Evidence Depressive Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.2.2. Intervention in Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence Bipolar Disorder: Scientific Evidence Bipolar Disorder: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.3. Psychological Intervention in Anxiety Disorders 

5.3.1. Anxiety Disorders: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
5.3.2. Anxiety Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.3.3. Anxiety Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.4. Psychological Intervention in OCD, PTSD and Related Disorders 

5.4.1. Intervention in OCD and Related Disorders 
5.4.2. Intervention in PTSD and Related Disorders 

5.5. Psychological Intervention in Eating Disorders

5.5.1. Eating Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.5.2. Eating Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.5.3. Eating Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.6. Psychological Intervention in Sleep Disorders 

5.6.1. Sleep Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.6.2. Sleep Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.6.3. Sleep Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.7. Psychological Intervention in Sexual Dysfunctions 

5.7.1. Sexual Dysfunctions: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.7.2. Sexual Dysfunctions: Scientific Evidence 
5.7.3. Sexual Dysfunctions: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.8. Psychological Intervention in Addictive Disorders 

5.8.1. Addictive Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.8.2. Addictive Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.8.3. Addictive Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.9. Psychological Intervention in Personality Disorders 

5.9.1. Personality Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.9.2. Personality Disorders: Scientific Evidence 
5.9.3. Personality Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

5.10. Psychological Intervention in Physical Health Problems 

5.10.1. Physical Health Problems: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
5.10.2. Physical Health Problems: Scientific Evidence 
5.10.3. Physical Health Problems: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

Module 6. Psychological Intervention in the Elderly 

6.1. Psychogerontology 

6.1.1. Introduction to Psychogerontology 
6.1.2. Aging Population 
6.1.3. Psychosocial Models of Aging 
6.1.4. Therapeutic Skills for Assessment and Intervention in the Elderly 

6.2. Transitions and Life Changes in Middle Age and Old Age 

6.2.1. Transitions and Life Changes: Features 
6.2.2. Transitions and Life Changes: Intervention Techniques 

6.3. Intervention in Depressive Disorders in the Elderly 

6.3.1. Depressive Disorders in the Elderly: Etiology, Course, and Prevalence 
6.3.2. Depressive Disorders in the Elderly: Empirical Evidence 
6.3.3. Depressive Disorders in the Elderly: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.4. Intervention in Anxiety Disorders in the Elderly 

6.4.1. Anxiety Disorders in the Elderly: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
6.4.2. Anxiety Disorders in the Elderly: Empirical Evidence 
6.4.3. Anxiety Disorders in the Elderly: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.5. Intervention in Sleep Disorders in the Elderly 

6.5.1. Sleep Disorders in the Elderly: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
6.5.2. Sleep Disorders in the Elderly: Empirical Evidence 
6.5.3. Sleep Disorders in the Elderly: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.6. Intervention in Neurocognitive Disorders in the Elderly 

6.6.1. Neurocognitive Disorders: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
6.6.2. Neurocognitive Disorders: Empirical Evidence 
6.6.3. Neurocognitive Disorders: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.7. Intervention in Chronic Pain in the Elderly 

6.7.1. Chronic Pain in the Elderly: Etiology, Course and Prevalence 
6.7.2. Chronic Pain in the Elderly: Empirical Evidence 
6.7.3. Chronic Pain in the Elderly: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.8. Intervention in Family Care for the Elderly 

6.8.1. Elderly Care: Physical Psychological and Social Consequences 
6.8.2. Elderly Care: Psychological Intervention Techniques

6.9. Intervention in Nursing Homes 

6.9.1. Nursing Homes for the Elderly: Features and Problems 
6.9.2. Nursing Homes for the Elderly: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

6.10. Promoting Successful Aging 

6.10.1. Successful Aging: Definition and Models 
6.10.2. Successful Aging: Psychological Intervention Techniques 

Module 7. Neuropsychological Evaluation and Rehabilitation 

7.1. Introduction to Neuropsychology 

7.1.1. Neuropsychology Neuropsychology: Definition and Objective Neuropsychology: Fields of Application and its Relationship with General Health Psychology 

7.1.2. Neuropsychological Assessment and Rehabilitation Neuropsychological Assessment Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 

7.2. Acquired Brain Injury 

7.2.1. Cranioencephalic Trauma 
7.2.2. Cerebrovascular Accidents 
7.2.3. Other Causes of Acquired Brain Injury 

7.3. Neuropsychology of Attention and Memory 

7.3.1. Neuropsychology of Attention Neuropsychology of Attention: Neuroanatomical Principles Neuropsychology of Attention: Disorders and Assessment Techniques Neuropsychology of Attention: Rehabilitation 

7.3.2. Neuropsychology of Memory Neuropsychology of Memory: Neuroanatomical Principles Neuropsychology of Memory: Disorders and Assessment Techniques Neuropsychology of Memory: Rehabilitation 

7.4. Neuropsychology of Language 

7.4.1. Neuropsychology of Language: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.4.2. Neuropsychology of Language: Disorders and Assessment Techniques 
7.4.3. Neuropsychology of Language: Rehabilitation 

7.5. Neuropsychology of Apraxia and Agnosia 

7.5.1. Neuropsychology of Apraxia and Agnosia: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.5.2. Neuropsychology of Apraxia and Agnosia: Disorders and Assessment Techniques 
7.5.3. Neuropsychology of Apraxia and Agnosia: Rehabilitation 

7.6. Neuropsychology of Executive Functions 

7.6.1. Neuropsychology of Executive Functions: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.6.2. Neuropsychology of Executive Functions: Disorders and Assessment Techniques 
7.6.3. Neuropsychology of Executive Functions: Rehabilitation 

7.7. Behavioral Neuropsychology 

7.7.1. Neuropsychology of Behavior: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.7.2. Neuropsychology of Behavior: Disorders and Assessment Techniques 
7.7.3. Neuropsychology of Behavior: Rehabilitation 

7.8. Child Neuropsychology 

7.8.1. Child Neuropsychology: Neuroanatomical Principles
7.8.2. Child Neuropsychology: Disorders and Assessment Techniques
7.8.3. Child Neuropsychology: Rehabilitation 

7.9. Neuropsychology of Neurodegenerative Disorders 

7.9.1. Neuropsychology of Neurodegenerative Disorders: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.9.2. Neuropsychology of Neurodegenerative Disorders: Disorders and Assessment Techniques 
7.9.3. Neuropsychology of Neurodegenerative Disorders: Rehabilitation 

7.10. \Neuropsychology and Mental Health Disorders 

7.10.1. Mental Health Disorders: Neuroanatomical Principles 
7.10.2. Mental Health Disorders: Disorders and Neuropsychological Assessment Techniques
7.10.3. Mental Health Disorders: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 

Module 8. Research Applied to Health Psychology 

8.1. Scientific Research 

8.1.1. Research in Psychology 
8.1.2. Research Process 
8.1.3. Research Designs Manipulative Strategy Designs Non-Manipulative Strategy Designs 

8.2. Search for Scientific Information 

8.2.1. Information Sources 
8.2.2. Search Strategy 
8.2.3. Other Aspects of the Search Process 

8.3. Systematic Reviews: Data Selection and Extraction Process 

8.3.1. Selection Process Study Selection Other Aspects of the Selection Process 

8.3.2. Data Extraction Data Extraction: Data to Be Extracted and Sources Data Extraction: Extraction Process 

8.4. Systematic Reviews: Risk of Bias Assessment 

8.4.1. Sources and Dimensions of Bias 
8.4.2. Risk of Bias within Studies 
8.4.3. Risk of Bias across Studies 

8.5. \Meta-Analysis 

8.5.1. Measuring the Effect 
8.5.2. Summary of Effects across Studies 
8.5.3. Heterogeneity 

8.6. Scientific Report and Bibliographic References 

8.6.1. Requirements and Sections of a Scientific Report 
8.6.2. Referencing Styles 
8.6.3. Citing and Referencing with APA Standards 

8.7. Experimental Designs 

8.7.1. Cross-Group Experimental Designs Cross-Group Experimental Designs: Features and Types Cross-Group Experimental Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.7.2. Intrasubject Experimental Designs Intrasubject Experimental Designs: Features and Types Intrasubject Experimental Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.8. Factorial Designs 

8.8.1. Ex Post Facto Designs: Features and Types  
8.8.2. Ex Post Facto Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.9. Quasi-Experimental Designs 

8.9.1. Ex Post Facto Designs: Features and Types 
8.9.2. Ex Post Facto Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.10. Other Research Designs 

8.10.1. Single Case Designs Single Case Designs: Features and Types Single Case Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.10.2. Ex Post Facto Designs Ex Post Facto Designs: Features and Types Ex Post Facto Designs: Data Analysis Techniques 

8.10.3. Qualitative Research Qualitative Research: Features Qualitative Research: Types 

Module 9. Couples Therapy 

9.1. Introduction to Couples Therapy 

9.1.1. Characteristics of Couple Relationships 
9.1.2. Evolutionary Cycle of a Couple 
9.1.3. Partner Selection Process 
9.1.4. Components of the Couple Relationship 
9.1.5. Couples Crisis   

9.2. Types of Attachment and Intimate Relationships 

9.2.1. Types of Attachment Types of Attachment: Definition and Influence on Couple Relationships Types of Attachment: Assessment  

9.2.2. Intimate Relationships and Associated Dysfunctions Differences between Healthy and Dysfunctional Couples Dysfunctions in Couples 

9.3. Intimate Relationships and Associated Dysfunctions 

9.3.1. Differences between Healthy and Dysfunctional Couples 
9.3.2. Dysfunctions in Couples 

9.4. Domestic Violence 

9.4.1. Domestic Violence: Features 
9.4.2. Domestic Violence: Intervention with Victims 
9.4.3. Domestic Violence: Intervention with Abusers 

9.5. Substance Abuse in Couples 

9.5.1. Substance Abuse in Couples: Features 
9.5.2. Substance Abuse in Couples: Intervention   

9.6. Ending the Relationship 

9.6.1. Coping with a Partner's Illness and Death Illness and Death of a Partner: Features Illness and Death of a Partner: Intervention 

9.6.2. Separation Processes Separation Processes: Features and Repercussions Separation Processes: Psychological Intervention 

9.7. Jealousy and Infidelity 

9.7.1. Jealousy: Features and Intervention  
9.7.2. Infidelity: Features and Intervention 

9.8. Assessment in Couples Therapy 

9.8.1. Interview in Couples Therapy Assessment Interview in Couples Therapy Obstacles in the Interview in Couples Therapy 

9.8.2. Assessment Tools in Couples Therapy Assessment of Communication in Couples Therapy Assessment of the Family Environment in Couples Therapy Assessment of Partner Satisfaction and Dyadic Adjustment Assessment of Other Relevant Variables in Couples Counseling 

9.9. Couples Therapy: Intervention Strategies I 

9.9.1. Couples Therapy: Types of Therapy  
9.9.2. Couples Therapy: Empirical Evidence

9.10. Couples Therapy: Intervention Strategies II 

9.10.1. Techniques to Encourage Assertiveness and Emotional Expression  
9.10.2. Techniques to Encourage Negotiation Strategies and Improve the Emotional Climate 

9.11. Infertility in Couples and Adoption 

9.11.1. Infertility in Couples: Features and Intervention  
9.11.2. Adoption: Features and Intervention

Module 10. Health Promotion and Prevention in Health Psychology 

10.1. Health Promotion and Prevention 

10.1.1. Health Promotion and Prevention: Concepts 
10.1.2. Health Promotion and Prevention: Models 

10.2. Health Promotion and Prevention of Obesity

10.2.1. Prevention of Obesity 
10.2.2. Health Promotion in Obesity 

10.3. Health Promotion and Prevention in Cardiovascular Health 

10.3.1. Prevention of Cardiovascular Problems 
10.3.2. Promotion of Cardiovascular Health 

10.4. Health Promotion and Prevention in Gastrointestinal Health 

10.4.1. Prevention of Gastrointestinal Problems 
10.4.2. Gastrointestinal Health Promotion 

10.5. Health Promotion and Prevention in Pain 

10.5.1. Pain Prevention 
10.5.2. Health Promotion in People with Pain 

10.6. Health Promotion and Prevention in Cancer Patients 

10.6.1. Cancer Prevention 
10.6.2. Health Promotion in People with Cancer 

10.7. Stress and Lifestyle Prevention and Intervention 

10.7.1. Preventing the Effects of Stress 
10.7.2. Promoting Healthy Lifestyles 

10.8. Health Promotion and Prevention in Sleep 

10.8.1. Prevention of Sleep Disorders 
10.8.2. Health Promotion in People with Sleep Disorders 

10.9. Prevention of Anxiety Problems 

Module 11. Clinical Psychopharmacology

11.1. Introduction to Clinical Psychopharmacology 
11.2. Principles of Pharmacotherapy 
11.3. Adherence to Treatment and Management of Side Effects 
11.4. Psychopharmacology in ADHD  
11.5. Pharmacotherapy for Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders 
11.6. Pharmacotherapy for Depression 
11.7. Pharmacotherapy for Bipolar Disorder 
11.8. Pharmacotherapy for Anxiety Disorders 
11.9. Pharmacotherapy for Pain and Somatic Syndromes 
11.10. Pharmacotherapy for Addiction 

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