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  1. Health Psychology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare psychology professionals, who have profound knowldege of health, health disorders, health care system functioning and are able to work in multidisciplinary teams, scientifically base and effectively apply methods, appropriate for specific health psychology areas, evaluate effectivenes of own activities and independently learn. Learning outcomes: Upon completion of the program graduates: 1. Will have psychology and biomedical sciences knowledge necessary for health psychology professional, and will be able to apply them interpreting psychology-related health and health impairment issues. 2.Will be able to plan and carry out scientific research in the field of psychology, choosing an appropriate sample, the type of study and methods 3. Will be able to analyze and evaluate research data using appropriate quantitative or qualitative analysis methods and present their results 4. Will be able to identify customer needs and develop a psychological intervention plan, specific to individual spheres of health psycology 5. Will be able to perform psychological evaluation, selecting methods appropriate for specific health psychology area and evaluation circumstances, interpret results and prepare conclusions 6. Will be able to perform professional situation appropriate and scientifically based intervention 7. Will be able to assess efficiency of own activities 8. Will have ability to communicate effectively with clients, present results of their activities or research to public ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Health Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Health Psychology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Health psychology master’s programme is designed to prepare specialists capable to apply the theories and methods of psychology to health promotion and disease prevention recognizing and influencing psychological-behavioural and social factors related to health and disease participating in all stages of treatment of chronic disease and rehabilitation, doing research and striving for better individual and community health related quality of life. Learning outcomes: Upon completion of the programme the students will have acquired the following competencies: 1. To know the background of health psychology development, linkages to core psychology and medicine, scientific and practical concepts relating health psychology to health care practice. 2. To know neuroendocrinological mechanisms as biological basis for health, psyche, behaviour and psychopharmacological treatment of disorders within a context of bio-psycho-social model, 3. To understand and be able to make assessment of cognitive-emotional reactions to illness and its bio-psycho-social consequences. Working within multidisciplinary teams in health care system to apply consultation, health education and other psychological methods for health promotion, maintenance, prevention of non communicable diseases, disability and premature death, and evaluate effectiveness of psychological interventions. 4. To know mechanism of addictive diseases, its consequences to the well-being of the person, family and community; to know possib ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Organizational Psychology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Organizational psychology master’s programme is designed to prepare a psychologist capable of applying current knowledge and methods in psychology, research, consultation and counselling skills based on sound scientific and ethical principles that will promote psychosocial well being and organizational effectiveness within the context of economic and social change. Learning outcomes: 1. Describe, critically evaluate and apply modern psychological theories explaining behaviour of an organization, person or group. 2. Evaluate and analyse psychological aspects and problems of functioning of organizations. 3. Carry out research on the basis of modern scientific methodology, to interpret the results properly, be able to present them appropriately, and give recommendations. 4. Consult organizations on leadership, personnel management, organisation of work, career counselling and promotion of psychological well-being of employees. 5. Elaborate and improve psychological intervention programmes (personnel education, health maintenance and promotion, team formation, employees’ adaptation and socialization, etc.), provide help in their implementation and be able to evaluate their effectiveness. 6. Work following Labour Law regulations and principles of professional ethics; 7. Work individually and in teams, exchange information and professional experience. Activities of teaching and learning: Student-oriented, research-based activities of teaching and learning such as seminars, students’ ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Psychology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The general aim of the Undergraduate Psychology study programme is to prepare qualified psychologists capable of applying psychological knowledge in various areas in accordance with scientific and ethical principles. Learning outcomes: 1. Be familiar with basic areas of psychology and main activities of a psychologist. 2. Be able to understand essential psychological principles of behaviour on the individual, group, organization and community levels. 3. To know principles of constructing and applying assessment methods. 4. To apply simple psychological assessment methods as well as other methods of psychological investigation. 5. To assess the problem presented by the client, evaluate his/her potential strengths and advantages, and project a relevant means of psychological help. 6. Introduce the work of a psychologist and to generalize results of one’s own work. 7. Communicate and cooperate with professionals from other fields and work in teams and maintain effective communication with colleagues and clients. 8. Carry out empirical psychological research and apply evidence-based knowledge in practice. 9. Develop educational programmes related to human psychological functioning, and implement preventive psychology based interventions at the individual and group level. 10. Apply principles of psychological ethics in one’s professional activities. Activities of teaching and learning: Student-oriented, research-based activities of teaching and learning such as seminars, students’ ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. School Psychology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The purpose is to prepare qualified school psychologists who, following the ethical and legal norms, will implement evaluative and scientific research, will provide psychological assistance for the participants of educational process, will be able to continue studies in doctoral programmes in the field of Social Sciences. Partial study aims for students are: a) to gain knowledge and special competences related to psychologist’s activities in educational institutions in order to evaluate diverse information on psychological issues of education process participants, possible interventions, reflecting the possible consequences; b) to deepen the scientific research of psychosocial functioning of education process participants as well as to interpret, present and implement research results in practice; c) to foster professional improvement and life-long learning through development of critical thinking, cooperation and ethical and legal responsibilities for decision-making and knowledge application. Learning outcomes: 1. To conduct scientific research work, to establish psychosocial functioning level of participants in the educational process, to apply the data received for development of practical and theoretical activity 2. To make critical assessment of models describing psychologist’s work at educational institutions, to develop professional skills and to plan individual and team activity 3. To systematize the latest information and research data about personality and cognitiv ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Clinical psychology

    Future holders of a master’s degree in psychology study cognitive psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, crisis and trauma psychology, developmental psychopathology, existential humanistic psychotherapy, etc. Professional training is organised at adult and child treatment and consultancy organisations. The duration of training is 640 hours. Psychological diagnosis, psychological counselling, diagnosis and therapy of behavioural and emotional disorders, identification and solution of problems, and other skills are consolidated and improved during the training. This clinical psychology programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree in psychology and would like to earn a master’s degree in psychology. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Organizational psychology

    Future holders of a master’s degree in psychology study work motivation, work psychology, organisational consulting, personnel management, the training conducted at organisations, etc. Professional training is organised at various organisations at which highly qualified psychologists are employed to supervise training. The duration of training is 640 hours. Planning, organisation, research, identification of problems, consultation, selection of methods, and other skills are consolidated and improved during the training. This organisational psychology programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree in psychology and would like to earn a master’s degree in psychology. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Work and Organizational Psychology

    General Description: The programme aims to contribute to the qualification of professionals and researchers in the field of Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology emphasizing a European approach and perspective. The Master implements the main guidelines developed by the EuroPsy model for the European Diploma of Psychology (EDP) supported by the European Federation of Psychology Association (EFPA). It also follows the Reference Model and Minimal Standards of the European Curriculum in WOP Psychology established by the European Network of Work and Organizational Psychology Professors (ENOP). According to the ENOP Model, the main areas considered in the Master are Work (W), Organizational (O), and Personnel (P) Psychology. In each of these areas The Master Programme aims to develop two types of knowledge and skills: explanatory and intervention. Explanatory refers to theory devoted to the explanation of human behaviour and its context and to diagnostic skills in work, organization, and personnel fields. Explanatory knowledge and skills prepare the student to describe, assess, diagnose, explain, and interpret the main phenomena and psychosocial processes in the areas of work, organizations, and personnel. Intervention refers to change and design theory and intervention skills in work, organizational, and personnel fields. Intervention theory and skills prepare the student to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate changes and interventions in order to improve behaviours, situations, and psychosocial processes ...

    Provider NameMykolas Romeris University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Legal Psychology

    Future legal psychologists study legal psychology, the basics of law, the psychology of criminal behaviour, penitentiary psychology, court psychiatry, crisis and trauma psychology, victimology, psychology in crime investigation, etc. Professional training is organised. The duration of training is 400 hours. This legal psychology programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree in psychology and would like to acquire the qualification of an individually practising psychologist. ...

    Provider NameMykolas Romeris University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Business Psychology

    Future specialists in business psychology study commercial psychology, management psychology, labour law, commercial law, public relations and advertising psychology, negotiations and mediation in business, team formation and management, psychology in human resources, innovation management psychology, work motivation, the analysis of the activity of an organization, psychological consulting in organizations, business economics, statistical methods in business psychology, etc. Professional training is organised. The duration of training is 400 hours. Consulting, personnel management, and other skills are consolidated and improved during the training This business psychology programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree in psychology and would like to earn a master’s degree in psychology. ...

    Provider NameMykolas Romeris University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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