Family, Social and Community-based Intervention & Mediation (Joint degree)
Social and Legal Sciences
The Masters in Family, Social and Community-based Intervention & Mediation responds to the need to provide an interdisciplinary space within academia for training future professionals on how to promote sustainable human development in family, social and community environments using a range of mediation and intervention strategies. This training is also required by public and private institutions; they must provide an adequate response to the changes that families are undergoing in modern society, understand what these are, recognise the appearance of new family structures, address the need to create a work-life balance, be more sensitive when facing situations involving offences and vulnerable minors, gender-based violence, or identifying the support needed by immigrant families, amongst other issues. Furthermore, these professionals must respond to the crises being experienced in many contemporary societies, which manifest themselves in many forms.
- Credits: 60 ECTS
- Duration: 1 year
- Methodology: Classroom-based
- Type: Inter-university programme
- Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology and Logopedics Section.
- Academic direction: