PSIC-3822 Behavioral-cognitive therapy
The behavioral-cognitive clinical model is a discipline that continuously generates efficacy techniques more relevant as per the approach to behavioral problems in human beings characterized by being specific to the problems faced by each individual in particular. The understanding of the problem behavior is based on the assessment conducted on the person, and the intervention derives from the clinical formulation and the generation of a cause model of the problems faced by the client. The course intends to familiarize the student with the theoretical and practical principles of the behavioral cognitive therapy, as well as with the relevant aspects of evaluation and formulation of clinical cases.
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