The Wellness and Psychotherapy Area is committed to training professionals in the field of psychology and the social sector. This academic body houses innovative programs aimed at allowing its students to acquire tools that allow them to strengthen their therapeutic, community or school intervention skills, as well as increase their resilience by making use of innovative mechanisms from various disciplines and currents of thought. The objective of this area is to offer postgraduate and continuing education programs that allow wellness professionals and the general public to implement strategies aimed at reducing the impact of conflicts or crises both on a personal and professional level.
Delves into different topics on Positive Psychology.
This program has been developed by Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar, a professor at Harvard University and founder of the Maytiv Center in Israel . In this course we will learn new strategies on how to put the foundations of Positive Psychology into practice with oneself and with others. Regular cost: $ 7,100 Sign up with a 25% discount until October 7, 2020 Cost with benefit: 3 payments of $ 1,775
Aimed at: Professionals interested in working with children from 0 to 6 years old in the area of sensory integration and neurodevelopment and mothers with an interest in understanding, learning and effectively stimulating their children with some difficulty in this area. Cost: 10 monthly payments of $ 2,800. Check the benefits for early registration and payment in a single exhibition.
Synchronous distance mode / Limited space
What is the psychodynamic approach? The psychodynamic approach in the field of mental health welcomes psychoanalytic thinking as a basis and deep psychology in general, which is focused on the knowledge of the individual’s internal world. From this perspective, every act has meaning and purpose, regardless of whether the person who performs it has conscious knowledge of it. Consequently, the methodology derived from this perspective invites exploration of that internal world considering the unconscious of behavior as an essential component of it. Benefits of our program:
* Subject to approval of the Postgraduate Academic Committee. Regular price: 10 monthly payments of $ 3,500
Monthly price with benefits for early registration:
It addresses the root of the problem in the prevention and treatment of addictions from a psychodynamic approach.
The Hebraic University is a leading academic institution of excellence in the training of professionals in the field of addictions.
Addressing the consequences associated with the consumption of psychoactive substances in our country, as well as those of other types of addictions, the UH launched this innovative program with the aim of developing skills in educators and professionals in the area that allow them to create strategies that address this problem. in school and community settings.
Why study MASTERY at UH?
AGREEMENTS WITH SPECIALIZED INSTITUTIONS
To make possible the professional practice of the students we have agreements with the Institute for the Care and Prevention of Addictions in Mexico City (IAPA) and the Centers for Youth Integration (CIJ).
Program developed in conjunction with CADENA AC: Committee for National Aid to Disasters and Emergencies.
Our institution has developed, in conjunction with the Committee for National Disaster and Emergency Aid, CADENA AC ., The Master in Leadership for International Humanitarian Action, with the aim of transforming realities through the training of professionals capable of leading teams of work aimed at generating change towards a better future, in which opportunities are provided to the most vulnerable and at-risk populations. Why study MASTERY at UH?
Certified by the California Feeling Good Institute
What is TEAM-CBT therapy? In addition to the known benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy, TEAM CBT therapy is enriched with a therapeutic framework, containing: TESTING: Helps clarify problems through questionnaires that assess mood and other symptoms early and at the end of each session. This process holds therapists and patients accountable for achieving tangible and rapid progress and removes the mystery of therapy. EMPATHY: The idea is to see the world through the patient’s eyes and find the deep truth in what the patient says, even when the patient feels totally demoralized, angry, or critical of the therapist. Empathy and compassion have been shown to be absolutely necessary for meaningful and effective treatment. AGENDA SETTING: Sometimes our patients resist change. This resistance to change is the cause of almost all therapeutic failures. Unfortunately, many therapists do not have the skills to deal with resistance so the patient and therapist can struggle for years with little or no noticeable change. In this phase of the methodology, powerful and innovative techniques are studied to end resistance and increase motivation quickly, before trying any method or intervention. METHODS: Consists of over 50 powerful techniques to help people struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and habits and addictions.