Psychology

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Course Presentation

Stricto Sensu Graduate Program in Psychology, Master’s Program, was approved on 9/30/2010. The Program is structured in two areas of concentration: Forensic Psychology and Community Social Psychology. Capes have authorized the operation of the UTP Master’s Program in Psychology because it recognizes the innovative potential of the research performed in these two areas of knowledge. Each of these areas of concentration is organized in Research Lines, which are fed by the professors’ research projects. The students will develop a research project linked to one of the research areas within their area of concentration. The faculty is composed of researchers on Psychology, in two areas of concentration, Forensic and Social Community, which direct the study subjects in order to achieve the objectives of its study area.

Objectives

Each of the areas of concentration meets different objectives.
Forensic Psychology: Train professors and professionals with basic repertoire in research, able to build useful scientific knowledge to solve the problems arising from several areas in which the forensic psychologist works.
Community Social Psychology: Train professors and professionals with knowledge of theories, concepts, research methods and intervention in emancipating practices in the community, as well as the development of research skills that enable the production of scientific knowledge about the community and the development of interventions in this context.
The program’s target public in Psychology is psychologists, lawyers, social workers, pedagogues, and other professionals in related fields.

Areas of Concentration

Areas of concentration
The Master’s in Psychology has two areas of concentration and each one develops its own Research Lines.
Area of concentration: Forensic Psychology
Area of concentration: Community Social Psychology

Social Insertion

The faculty of the Master’s Program in Psychology participate in several commissions related to the development of public policies for the Program’s research lines, namely: Comissão de apoio às vítimas de Crime da OAB (Brazilian Bar Association Commission for the support of Crime victims ) – Professor Giovana Munhoz da Rocha; Comitê Técnico de Saúde Integral da População LGBT do Estado do Paraná ( e Conselho Nacional de Combate à Discriminação de LGBT (Paraná StateTechnical Committee of LGBT Population Integral Health) and Conselho Nacional de Combate à Discriminação de LGBT (CNCD/LGBT, National Council Against LGBT Discrimination) – Professor Grazille Tagliamento; Comissão de Estudos sobre Violência de Gênero (CEVIGE-OAB, Studies Commission on Gender Violence) – Professors Maria Cristina Antunes and Maria da Graça Padilha. Professors are invited to participate in these commissions due to the possibility of collaboration resulting from their scientific education.
The Núcleo de Pesquisa e Intervenção em Psicologia Forense (NuFor, Center for Research and Intervention on Forensic Psychology) was created on September 1, 2011 (CONSEPE ATA 02/2011) to perform forensic clinical care to its associates and general population. The NuFor activities are guided by the professors Giovana Munhoz da Rocha and Paula Inez Cunha Gomide, from the Forensic Psychology concentration area, experts in domestic violence, parental alienation, mediation, antisocial behavior, custody issues, adolescents in conflict with the law, sexual violence, moral harassment, children and adolescents under institutional care, imprisoned women, risky educational practices, among others.

Investment
Período Preço Descrição
Full Shift Masters:
Tuition Fee: free
Monthly Payment: 30 x R$ 1.879,00Week days: Mondays and Tuesdays
Morning, afternoon and night.
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