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PhD Program in Mental Healthcare in Mexico

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Tlaquepaque, Mexico

Generate knowledge that provides elements for the solution of problems related to subjective well-being and resilience, interpersonal relationships, among others. Develop rele ... +

Generate knowledge that provides elements for the solution of problems related to subjective well-being and resilience, interpersonal relationships, among others. Develop relevant research on psychosociocultural problems that use the methods, techniques and tools of qualitative and quantitative data analysis, as well as generate knowledge and intervention proposals in vulnerable populations. -
PhD
Full-time
6 semesters
Spanish
Campus
 
Mexico City, Mexico

It is the largest doctorate in Latin America in the psychological area and the first in Mexico to be recognized by the SEP. It has the scientific direction of Drs. Norberto Bl ... +

It is the largest doctorate in Latin America in the psychological area and the first in Mexico to be recognized by the SEP. It has the scientific direction of Drs. Norberto Bleichmar and Celia Leiberman, renowned psychiatrists and psychoanalysts with extensive experience. The coordination of the Doctorate is in charge of Dras. Ana María Wiener, Elena Ortiz, Celia Leiberman and Dr. Norberto Bleichmar. Our teachers have a high level of preparation in the psychoanalytic field and extensive experience in teaching. We promote an atmosphere of work and co-responsibility with those students who are interested in solid scientific and ethical training. We orient our program to clinical work. We seek, mainly, the development of the psychoanalytic thinking of the students. We consider it of great importance that our research lines are approached from different referential schemes, always aiming at their application in psychoanalytic practice. -
PhD
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus