Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation Master’s Degree

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The Master’s Degree in Psychology aims to complete the training of the three-year graduates in Psychological Sciences and Techniques and to promote the development of knowledge and psychological skills for graduates from training courses related to the psychological area to whom , in particular have a basic knowledge level in matters of psychology . The Master Degree is divided into two training curricula alternative to each other. The first in Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation, the second in Psychology of Labour and Organizations .

The main objective is to promote theoretical and applicable knowledge in the field of:

  • – psychology of normal and pathological cognitive processes,
  • – neuropsychology and neuroscience,
  • – the psychometric and psychosocial assessment and the training curriculum in Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation, development and psychological intervention  in different contexts in which the psychologist works, for example , in public and private nursing facilities, in hospitality services and educational institutions.


In summary, the academic program includes two main phases distributed in the two years of the degree course. The first phase provides the acquisition of specialized skills that allow to apply the basic knowledge acquired in the three-year course in different clinical settings and communities. The second phase, corresponding to the second year of the degree course, involves the development of skills and the program of psychological-clinical and rehabilitative interventions.


Graduates will also develop skills that enable them to apply the knowledge acquired in the different contexts in which the psychologist operates. Specific skills will consist on the ability to formulate the psychological diagnosis, with psychometric research tools, in terms of theoretical and applicable models scientifically validated. Graduates will also acquire adequate skills to organize psychological-clinical and rehabilitative intervention projects towards the individual and the community.


-Goods and services production area (including ASL, hospitals, schools)

-The so-called “third sector” workplaces (such as cooperatives and associations) that manage residential and semi-residential services, or implement prevention projects and reduction of discomfort during life.

-Assessment and counselling to individuals, family systems groups self-employment

The acquired skills can also be fully used in public and private structures, such as:

– ASP (rehabilitation centres, maternal and child services, S.E.R.T);

– Family services, Local Authorities (municipalities, region);

– Services for the prevention of discomfort;

– Educational institutions (listening branches and prevention projects)


EXAM SSD Credits
First Year
 Psychology of cognitive processes
Psychology of mnemonic and motivational processes
 Research techniques and data analysis
 Psycho diagnostics

Subject chosen by the student

Intervention plan and evaluation
Total credits  60
Second year
– Group Psychology
– Clinical psychology – advanced course
– Psychology Disability and Rehabilitation studies
– Psychopharmacology

Or alternatively

– Neurobiology of cognitive processes

– Sport Psychology

– Laboratory of ethics and deontology

– Internship

Total credits 60